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Of all the dogs I've ridden with on the trails there was exactly one that was so well trained/behaved it was a good member of the team. The funniest part of my trail dog experiences have been when the dog goes MIA or does something else ride altering and the owner says "That's so strange he/she NEVER does that!" and we have to reply "Well he/she did it the last few rides so it can't be that rare."
I had a trail dog myself via a GF 25 years ago. I took it for rides solo because it was not going to make for a great group experience. The dog got a good run in and I got an extra ride in. When it was time to ride with my buddies the dog stayed home.
My cat has shown no interest in MTBing thankfully. She'd be an epic PITA on a ride if she insisted I take her. My GF is threatening that she wants a dog when we are pet free again. If that happens I'll end up with another trail dog and I'll stick to the same plan of taking it on solo or GF only rides.
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