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Male Join date : 2017-04-26
Location : Denver

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PostSubject: Rampart Range Road CO   Rampart Range Road CO EmptyMon May 29, 2017 1:18 pm

Took doggo up to Mt. Herman Road and Rampart Range Road yesterday. Easy drive...most vehicles can do it. This is the second time that I've taken her up to the mountains and she's finally starting to get it. For one thing, she's really good in the truck now...little to no whining.

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Took a lot of work to get her housetrained. Only about 99% of the way there but I continue to train her hard. However, I've found that she only did her business in the backyard. Not a good thing on a long road trip as she would hold it the whole time.. Yesterday was the first time that she got to business somewhere besides the backyard. It's the little things, I guess.
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Female Join date : 2013-06-14
Location : Missouri

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PostSubject: Re: Rampart Range Road CO   Rampart Range Road CO EmptyMon May 29, 2017 5:47 pm

Looks good in the great outdoors. The more trips like that the more she will like to ride. Then the noise migrates from whining with nerves to howling with excitement.

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