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Old 01-16-2014, 01:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone practice this?

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I have not. I have a hard time believing Titan would allow us to partake in this the way it's supposed to. Somehow I believe this is geared to a more docile tempermented, smaller dog. One of the poses is your dog lying flat on the owner's stomach.. Titan is 90 lbs.. not gonna happen.
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I dont think the yoga women in town would appreciate me dragging Tyson along....they were pretty extremely pissed when i took him to the dog friendly jogging group
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Haha yes that seems to be the reaction whenever I take Titan places... "He's too big" "is he friendly?" I can clear isles at Petsmart like nobody's business!
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Haha yes that seems to be the reaction whenever I take Titan places... "He's too big" "is he friendly?" I can clear isles at Petsmart like nobody's business!
right? holy crap. Snarky comments from women whom i dont know...Tyson was certainly not interested in greeting them, he just sat there and waited like a really great dog until our groups were divided and we started jogging....and even while he was jogging he was a total gentleman
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Lesson learned for me, next time i will bring my uber cute fluffy adorable black n white poof ball border collie dexter
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I say bring both next time and maybe tell them before the run, "I hope I can control them the whole time!" Lol! I have a tendency to want to let people think Titan is a nut job if they continue to act that way. One lady at the petstore literally would gasp every time we walked by and would pick her little fluff ball up off the ground and wait til we passed. At one point she wasn't watching and I let Titan sniff the little fluffy thing and she nearly had a heart attack when she saw, gasping and "OMG!!" It was entertaining inside. (Mean Whitney, I know. I can't help myself sometimes.)
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