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Old 08-01-2013, 09:53 PM   #3 (permalink)
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sounds like you have a good deal of work now...
different workouts mite be the trick to keep the dog interested.
handwalking is great and overlooked a lot........not just around the house lol
put some distance between you and the house.
think you'd be surprised at the shape of your dog will be in a few weeks.
one thing tho.........be careful with the jenny! been a lot of hounds hurt
on them...owners also if they don't pay attention.
they can be a bitch on the dogs shoulders.
as far as the raw I only do it as a treat once ever 10 days or so,cant help you there.
a lot on here can tho.
can I ask what are you conditioning it for?
and pics will get you more replys lol.
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