Reply to comment

May 27, 2021, 4:09 a.m. -  Lynx .

Yeah, I'm going to have to agree with you on this one. Sadly I don't have a trail dog anymore (lost him a little over 2 years ago) but when I did, he loved going on the trail. He was a smaller dog, so didn't take him on "rip" rides and yes, if he hadn't been on the trail in a while it took him a bit to remember proper trail etiquette, but he would after a bit. Those who take their dogs on trail, in groups, that are not properly trained, yes are going to be asking/causing a bit of trouble most likely, but most trail dogs are better behaved than most people's kids and everyone has to put up with those things all the time. I'm curious who the person is posting this who doesn't have the cahones to post with their real name? If you don't like riding with people and their dogs, then be honest and tell your friends, if they're really your friends, then they'll understand and not invite you along on those rides. Or is that the problem you're afraid no one will invite you on rides because of how you think and most of your "friends" have and love to ride with their dogs?  Save everyone the hassle, post under your real name so people don't have to listen to your bitchin and moaning on a ride if one or more bring their 4 legged children.

Post your comment

Please log in to leave a comment.