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Date Posted: 12:19:50 12/22/03 Mon
Author: Dusan Maletic
Subject: Re: Training Cart Wanted
In reply to: Joe 's message, "Training Cart Wanted" on 19:10:34 12/19/03 Fri

>I have a 6 year Siberian that I rescued a year ago and
>he tells em that he wants to run faster than me and
>pull something. Is there anyone out there that can
>direct me to where I can obtain a 3 or 4 wheel cart
>that won't break my bank? I'd even consider building
>something if there are sites with instructions??

The cheapest starting point might be to get a "Springer"
attachment for your bicycle (assuming you have and ride bicycles...). Two advantages to this as the starting
point: You can use it in warmer weather; it is a good
idea to train dog year-round. This attaches to a side
of the bicycle, but due to its physics, dog can actually
pull you on the bicycle (if he wants).... Find it by searching for "Springer dog bicycle USA" (last word because
they have sellers in many countries). I used it with
2 Malamutes and 10+ years with great fun. My only suggestion
for its use is to avoid flimsy rope connection between
Springer and dog they provide but to use 2 ft long chain
for tyhat purpose... Price is something like 50$.

Hope this helps,

Dusan Maletic

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