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Old 09-08-2008, 05:01 AM
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Hi!

We were now live there are many bike and hiking trails so we have purchased bikes.
Now Apollo and Atlas would love to come along! And we would also love to take them.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Any reason we can't use the ones meant for humans?

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Old 09-08-2008, 05:27 AM
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My niece hauls her daughter all over in one of the pull behind trailers. There are plastic covers that you might need to use to keep the dogs in (might get hot at times of the year) unless you could figure out a way to seat belt them in.

Sounds like fun! I want to go too!!!


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Old 09-08-2008, 03:56 PM
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I have been on the internet looking and comparing.
It seems the only difference is the straps that are inside -- seatbelts for the human rider and hooks for the Furbabies
Now to figure out which one will work and not brake the bank.
Apollo has been in a stroller before and on ATV's in a carrier (and LOVES it) and does very well -- Atlas.... well I think he'll take a bit of training -- he gets so excited and this is all new to him... I don't want him to bark all the time.
thanks for the feedback

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