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Doggie on board

Discussion started by Susan Simmons 2 years ago
I have a 75 lb. Golden Retriever that tried to step onto my board, but the board moved. We ended up lifting him on, but he was laying diagonally. Tough to balance! Any suggestions how to get him along the center line?
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Ryan
Ryan
Hey Susan, not sure where you're taking off from, but if you can try beaching your board. That's how I usually start when I take my Black Lab out. This way he can just walk onto the board and I'll have him sit. Then I'll push off and hop on. You may also want to try paddling on your knees until you both are comfortable on the board together.

It took a time or two until we were both able to stand up together, but once you guys are both comfortable you'll have a great time together.
2 years ago
Erin Blunt Robbins
Erin Blunt Robbins
Just keep working with him. Maybe bribe him to turn with a treat? ;-)
2 years ago

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