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Mushing Club

Ling Jie GuLing Jie Gu Posts: 3Member
edited 10 January, 2015 in Sports & Agility
I live in China and want to start a club that pertains to dog scootering. I'm looking for advice, since many Chinese have not even heard about scootering. Ahhh... I'm trying to recruit members. I visited my local vet. Perhaps pet shops is the way to go. I think I'm going to be the first person to dog scooter in my area. I invented it realising that dog scooters exist only after I invented it. Oh well. Now I'm looking for people who are interested. Hopefully I can find some people who also own big dogs. Hope Dazzle benefits. He is aggressive toward other animals, so that was a little bit of a setback. Though, I think I can make it work still. I will simply not take Dazzle to any runs. But anyway, hopefully some people will join. :))!

Comments

  • John SchaferJohn Schafer PhiladelphiaPosts: 410Member ✭✭
    edited 5 January, 2015
    Best wishes! Before his arthritis got too bad,I occasionally scootered with Wesley. It is a lot of fun,almost like mushing!=D>
  • Ling Jie GuLing Jie Gu Posts: 3Member
    edited 10 January, 2015
    Thanks!!! Cool that you've scootered as well. :) You're the first person I heard from that also does what I do! :))
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