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As long time followers know, we usually walk in teams – all 6 dogs at the same time, but a human with each of the three. The Junior Team consists of Cheoah, Frankie and Typhoon and the Senior Team members are Natasha, Kiska and Qannik. We do this for a variety of reasons, but mostly out of habit.
Yesterday, we went walking in Carrier Park, a city park in Asheville. It was a beautiful, warm, sunny day after a week of cold, nasty winter weather. Great idea, apparently, because everyone else and their dogs were also walking in Carrier Park. There were lots of people, canines, bicyclists, joggers, a guy blowing a large animal horn (this is Asheville where someone playing a large animal horn would be consider commonplace), and even a guy riding a bicycle that was also an elliptical.
Ok, take a young dog who struggles with a short attention span (Squirrel!) and add all of this commotion and the result is a bouncy, hyper, crazed Typhoon. He needed the guidance of older, mature dogs – who wouldn’t put up with his antics. As the old children’s game goes, Red Rover, Red Rover, send Typhoon right over.
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