Off Leash Dog Encounters

Posted: January 5, 2011 in Uncategorized

This past summer, Dojo and I did a lot of hiking.

The Appalachian Trail. The Sun Fish Pond. The air. The nature. It was all good.

Anyways.

I taped a series of Off Leash Encounters with other dogs as well as people.

In this video, you will see Dojo pulling ahead (which is typical for a young male of the species), however, if you pay close attention you will notice him “checking-in” by looking back to make sure I’m not too far.

We encounter a group of people and a young pit. The pit is on a leash and very excited to meet Dojo.

The dude on the other side of the leash got lucky this time. Both dogs behaved exceptionally well despite the dudester tugging on the leash and creating a lot of tension in the young pit.

Anyways. Enjoy

http://www.youtube.com/v/LqOclvLGNwc&hl=en&fs=1&hd=1

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