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Date Posted: 02:39:20 09/22/04 Wed
Author: CWest
Subject: Re: Presi Traverse - pretty much did it all.
In reply to: JoeM 's message, "Re: Presi Traverse - pretty much did it all." on 04:35:00 07/14/04 Wed

I would answer that it depends on the pooch, its definitely not for just any pet. If he's very fit, has experience with long hikes, and, in the Pres's, has tough pads its reasonable. Sam's been peakbagging since he was a pup, he loves it. Mom-n-pop were champ hunters - scouts back and forth around me (25 yd radius or so) the whole time when he's off leash. Runs with (pulls) me about 5 miles a day on a local park trail and swims/fetches for hours with the neighbor kids in the river here. I'm the one that quits first all the time. I think its ok for him to be tired, even sore, as long as he's having fun and not endangering himself.

I have a buddy in Colorado whose Lab, Buford, recently died at 13 yrs. The dog had bagged all the 14'ers in Colorado that don't require >Class 4 moves (45+ peaks).

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