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PostSubject: Re: cycling with your Husky   Thu Aug 08, 2013 6:31 pm

@TwisterII wrote:
Thank you. I may get one of these. Kenzi is between 3 and 4 years so I think she's done growing, but if I don't get exercising her better she may grow wider. I want her to be comfortable and it seems the harness we have now no matter how tight we make it on her it just wants to twist down her shoulder. I think it bugs me more than it bugs her though.
I would get one for her. (urban trail from Alpine). We love ours, but definitely spend the money and the wait for the custom one, because it will fit her a lot better than the adjustable. I also agree when using your walky dog (not everyone does it) but to put a separate leash attached to their collar to hold while biking. I just do it so if it ever breaks, that I have that other security. I have read reviews of those breaking, so its always nice just in case.
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PostSubject: Re: cycling with your Husky   Thu Aug 08, 2013 8:07 pm

I did a little experiment and tied Kenzi to my bike after work just to see how she reacted to being near the bike while it moved and now I'm more excited than ever to get the walky. We ran around the house a few times without any issues but it will be way better once we aren't worried about tangled lines under her or in the bike. I think she is going to take to it great. Will do on the custom. This is something I want to start doing with her a lot so it will be worth it.

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