Our grand-daughter out-law (they’re not actually married) is running that trick the other way. I’ve never actually known someone who had that job…
Not a bad idea as long as no one tries to steal the dog. Maybe those two young men on the left are the protection.
An idea whose time has come.
He’s a service dog. Making sure everyone gets plenty of exercise.
Everyone wants to walk with the rare talking dog.
The talking dog who he shares incites on life during the walk, and SQUIRREL!
A Dog for All Reasons.
“Hey ho, let’s go!” Roam-ons
If I were single and I wanted to meet women, the second thing I would do is walk a dog in the park. The first thing I would do is push a stroller with a baby and have a sign around my neck that reads, “I am her uncle.”
IF it would help anyone’s waistline (including mine) and raise their endorphin happiness levels, I’m all for sharing my dog!
It would be better for each of them to have a shelter dog on the end of their leash.
There are more dogs willing to walk their people than people willing to walk their dogs. Is this a supply side issue?
I’d rather do that than trying to walk Cher.
An iteration of the rent-a-bike rakes.
Some years ago I actually did that, “borrowed” the neighbors dog to get us both some exercise.Now days I need a rollater to go very far.
July 17, 2015