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Baymule

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I think Leo will settle down with time. He has a lot of energy to burn, running with a 4 wheeler sounds like a good idea! LOL

You have a good handle on this. Might get a bigger chain. 😃
 

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I wear mine out, then we can get down to business. I'm thinking of using ATV first 30 minutes to get a hour of workout out of him then next 30 minutes it's learning time.
Ahhhh - be careful that’ll build up his stamina it’ll take longer and longer to wear him out!
 

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Buford is 18 months old, tall, lean and loves to run. He’s no longer chasing ewes or lambs, he’s outgrown that part of stupid. Neighbors have a 4 wheeler and he waits for them, he can hear it crank up in their yard. He runs down the fence, barking. It must be fun to be a dog and get all excited about chasing a 4 wheeler.
 

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Hubby helped me get Leo in his new and improved collar. It is a fabric martingale style. Fully tightened it has about 1/4" to compress all the fluffy coat into. Uncomfortable but not life threatening if he managed to get it stuck. Expanded is 3" wider and has plenty of room to adjust larger with growth. The random scrap of webbing will make it easy to find the leash loop. LOL
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If he’s licking it, he will keep the mud out. It’s inevitable that he will lick it and you can’t keep the bandage on it forever. Maybe keep it bandaged another day or two, but you will still have to let him have it.
 
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