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Dave Tozer

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I bet he wears a Matthews kit!  :o

deanarammalamma

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I bet he wears a Matthews kit!  :o

Only when riding the wrong way on a trail :D

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Here ya go:
http://www.tenderlovingpetsdoggydaycare.com/
$30 bucks for a day and your dog gets socialized and then comes home and sleeps like a rock. Or at least mine does. Perfect for an all day ride to the IMBA Epic Hall of Fame Epic Brown County State Park.
 

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Re: Enforcement of Dog Leash Rules at Brown County State (and other State Parks)
« Reply #18 on: September 29, 2014, 01:08:27 PM »
Be a responsible dog owner or don't be a dog owner at all.

Either find someone to dog-sit, drop off a doggy daycare (great option! it acclimates your dog to others, and it's awesome exercise), or go on shorter bike rides.

Breaking the rules makes the rest of MTB'ers look bad, and we shouldn't be punished for your poor life choices.
Fat is where it's at!......Tires that is.
Moved to Idaho....:) Now I actually *mountain* bike.

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Re: Enforcement of Dog Leash Rules at Brown County State (and other State Parks)
« Reply #19 on: September 30, 2014, 09:43:48 AM »
Would be nice if Indiana would replicate what Utah does, off-leash dog days on odd number days

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So basically, its only going to cost me possibly $150 each time my dog gets caught being off the leash and chasing behind me.... I think ill take that chance!


Sometimes it isn't possible to leave him at home. When it isn't possible to leave him at home, then what do you do? Leave doggie on the leash and then man and doggie become a riding hazard? Biker holding onto leash, biker from behind startles leashed dog thus taking biker down, followed by the rider behind running over rider in front? I don't know to many hospital bills that are less than $150....


If a random dog that is not on a leash runs up on me in the middle of the woods, I will protect myself.

 

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