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Took both dogs camping at a state park last weekend. Two ladies near us had a huge yellow lab with them. Got a good laugh from these two. You know those leashes that have two snaps at the end for walking two dogs......? Now turn it around backwards- handle end clipped to dogs collar, each of the two ladies holding one side of the double end. Like a "Y" with dog at bottom and a human at each of the top point of the "Y". The dog was completely untrained and this was what it took for the dog to be walked. It was pretty funny but good grief. I guess you do what you have to haha.
 

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Yikes.

I did see a Cane Corso lure coursing that it took two people to get him to the start line, he pulled so hard. That was evidently just because he was so wild for the lure, though. They said he was fine on a leash in every other circumstance, and he was a breed champion, so he obviously knew how to not pull.
 

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They were prepared and kept him safe though. Management is a good thing. Maybe he is better behaved at home but a monster around nature and they knew good and well he'd be horrible.
 

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Yeah he was a nice friendly dog. My wife spoke to them for a minute, he just wasnt leash trained and it took the two of them to hold him back. It was pretty darned funny to see. Felt kinda bad for him though, this was a beachfront campground that allows off leash dogs and the poor guy couldnt really take advantage of it cause he wasnt under control on or off leash. Spent most of his time tethered to the bumper of their truck while all the other dogs were playing in the ocean.
The worst thing we saw though were the two rotts chained to the bumper of a car- each dog wearing a prong. One of them hit the end of the leash so hard when we walked by she yelped, tucked rear end and crawled under the car to hide. Ugh.
 

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Yeah he was a nice friendly dog. My wife spoke to them for a minute, he just wasnt leash trained and it took the two of them to hold him back. It was pretty darned funny to see. Felt kinda bad for him though, this was a beachfront campground that allows off leash dogs and the poor guy couldnt really take advantage of it cause he wasnt under control on or off leash. Spent most of his time tethered to the bumper of their truck while all the other dogs were playing in the ocean.
The worst thing we saw though were the two rotts chained to the bumper of a car- each dog wearing a prong. One of them hit the end of the leash so hard when we walked by she yelped, tucked rear end and crawled under the car to hide. Ugh.
Oh that last bit is criminal. Poor dog. :(
 
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