Strict Walking Discipline

When walking as a Herd of canines, nothing is more important than strict walking discipline where everypup knows proper behavior.

Typhoon and Roscoe demonstrating strict walking discipline
Typhoon and Roscoe demonstrating strict walking discipline

Walking a large herd of dogs can be quite challenging, so the importance of strict behavior can’t be over-emphasized. Each dog needs to know his or her own place and respect the human’s requests at all times.

Can you imagine the chaos of a lack of discipline?
Can you imagine the chaos of a lack of discipline?

Fortunately, as finely tuned working breed canines, we understand the importance of a strict walking discipline and would never create unnecessary chaos for our human with the explosion of games during our strolls.

Nothing but well-behaved canines here.
Nothing but well-behaved canines here.

7 thoughts on “Strict Walking Discipline”

  1. LOL!
    but the thought did cross my mind the other day in seeing your picture walking them…
    and how they appeared to be tethered to you for control and ease of movement…
    since hauling heavy cargo over ice is in their blood it occurred to me even then
    that they would have to be very disciplined not to bolt and run in excitement!
    it would seem they could drag you to pieces without even knowing it!
    to me you are very courageous!
    (or then maybe if you fell they would stop immediately and smother Hu-Dad with kisses!)
    well… except for Typhooney. he would stand by in deep concern. LOL.

    • Walking with collars is fairly easy. They understand that collars do not translate into “drag Hu-Dad into the next county.”

      Their sled harnesses, however, are a different matter. “Whoa” does not always work.

  2. We are very impressed with your walking skills! We donโ€™t do a lot of bitey face while taking are humans for their run. We do however like to chase things, and we are in our X back harness. Mom claims that since we can pull three times our body weight that leaves her at a disadvantage, but she could always eat more bacon… ๐Ÿ˜‚
    We have a new little minion (koyuk the pup) to train in all our working breed ways and can not wait till he gets big enough to join us in all our fun! Especially dragging Mom! ๐Ÿ˜‚
    The Sibes of PA Denali (9), Montana (9), Apollo (5), Koyuk (6 months)

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