If the dog's nails aren't cut, it can't go on runs.

We only use BioBag, 100% biodegradable waste bags for the dogs we run! Now that’s green!
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With time, your dog will adapt to your pace. This can be frustrating in the beginning. Many dogs want to go much faster than you are capable of and you find yourself trying to hang on to the leash. Others dogs may lag behind and appear distracted, which leads many dog owners to think their dog doesn't like to run.
Most dogs love to run—some more than others, and not all for long distances.
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The leash of the Dog Runner is attached to a specially designed post, which is then connected to a low-mounted steel spring. This design maintains a safe distance between your dog and your bicycle preventing the dog from running away or getting caught between the wheels. The low center of gravity prevents your dog from pulling or pushing you off balance. The dog he nicknamed "Gobi" stuck with him for days, running 77 miles by his side.
Photo provided by FlickrMy Best Friend isn’t the only company that employs professional dog runners.
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The host, producer, writer, author and owner of this site/ blog is Pam AKA the American dog runner and can also be found on these social medias:Sometimes I go to people’s houses and they’re home -- they just don’t want to walk their dogs. But usually I’m taking pets out for a run because their owners are working in an office all day, like I was before I started my business.I run all kinds of dogs -- some big, some small. Some are really overweight, so I take it easy with them. I charge $25 an hour and $18 a half hour; each extra dog is $5 more.Here in Fargo, N.D., where I live, it gets cold. Sometimes I show up and the owner decides it’s too cold to take the dog out. Other owners put sweaters on their pups and let us go. But I always show up, no matter what. There’s no real cutoff for me, though minus 25 F is pretty cold! I can run in the snow, but sidewalks are usually cleared here. In the summer, some breeds tend to overheat, so I have to be careful. But as a rule, I think just getting out and moving is good for dogs.We hope to revolutionize the health and happiness of people and their pets in America and beyond. Choosing healthier ways to live from what they eat to how they live their daily lives. Things like working out together, sleeping, eating, chilling and more. Pam wants to explore every aspect deeply here on her blog and through her furry friends blogs here. whether it’s her or her best friends exploring these topics we hope that together we can change the world for the better! Pam, a Vegan hopes more people choose plant based lifestyles for the animals sake as well as the wellness of the environment. Of course your own health and your pets. All this will be explored here on the blogs and soon on Periscope. Follow us @the dog runner to learn more about this and more, our scopes will be saved and shared on youtube and through out blogs!)……Her best friends Skyler, Sandy, Candycane, Candy, Sammy, Kelso, Scout and Liberty, Freedom AKA Sierra, and Justice! are the reasons for her passions and love of what she does and why she wants to share all she does…..learning more and more everyday as life goes on is key as everyday something new is learned in the world of nutrition! (YES, we know so very little today, oddly enough!) Her present crew are also known as the four American Dogs! In 2017, you can tune into Periscope and Facebook live and yes, Youtube to see live and permanent videos of the crew and the dog runner and what they’re up to and learn about different healthy options in life! Skyler, Sandy, Candycane, Candy, Sammy and Kelso who helped Pam start this site will be mentioned and in past videos and new blogs that look back at lessons I learned from them!