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Are you sure that this isn't the picture you were looking for. http://www.dogscooter.com/dogscooter/scooters2.htm

There you go. I just posted the same picture. I should have read through the whole thread.

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
This must be a different picture from what Melinda mentioned because there ain't no Malamutes - just Corgis.

Right - the one I'm thinking of is skijoring.

Melinda Shore - Software longa, hardware brevis - (Email Removed)

This is what democracy looks like.
@ig.utexas.edu:

http://www.dogscooter.com/dogscooter/scooters25.htm

Are you sure that this isn't the picture you were looking for. http://www.dogscooter.com/dogscooter/scooters2.htm Ken, Cactus and Geordie

Thanks, that is so cute. I needed a smile! Actually the one Melinda spoke of I believe included Malamutes in the team.
But this is certainly a grand one.
Gwen
This must be a different picture from what Melinda mentioned because there ain't no Malamutes - just Corgis.

Indeed but either way it sure was cute and worth seeing. I love it.
I guess the rider must be on the light side for corgis to be able to pull them?
Gwen
Thank you so much. I can't wait to see it.

This must be a different picture from what Melinda mentioned because there ain't no Malamutes - just Corgis. http://www.rocky-dog.com/sled corgis.jpg Matt. Rocky's a Dog.

But it is so cute! I love it. Thank you.
I never realized how much I would
really love corgis. I knew I liked all the ones I had met in agility and training classes. I certainly had no idea how wonderful their very humorous and animated personalities were. Living with one is much different than being exposed to them. Then again I suppose that is the case with all dogs/breeds.
Gwen
@ig.utexas.edu: Are you sure that this isn't the picture you were looking for. http://www.dogscooter.com/dogscooter/scooters2.htm

No kidding. The picture/link Gwen posted manages to imply that it is necessary to train* a Corgi to pull...certainly not true in *this universe! Lee

I think the link I posted implied that about all breeds learning to pull. At any rate Lee isn't it too cute? I know you can definitely appreciate the comical little corgis.

Gwen
I guess the rider must be on the light side for corgis to be able to pull them?

You'd be surprised, I think. Six Corgis should be able to pull a sled + human pretty well, although obviously they'll be going neither fast nor far and you'll probably want to make a point of keeping them out of soft snow. Sometimes I go out with just Emmett and Image and they've been able to get the sled airborn with me on it.

Melinda Shore - Software longa, hardware brevis - (Email Removed)

Bad taste is better than no taste Arnold Bennett
I guess the rider must be on the light side for corgis to be able to pull them?

Oh Melinda that must be a real rush. I love getting airborne as long as it isn't too high! Well I don't think I will ever have 6 corgis though, amazingly it is quite tempting.
4 maybe, but I doubt it. As Debbie S. pointed outshe isn't getting any younger and neither am I.
Quite unfortunate that.
Gwen
You'd be surprised, I think. Six Corgis should be able to pull a sled + human pretty well, although obviously they'll be going neither fast nor far and you'll probably want to make a point of keeping them out of soft snow.

Thanks for that image. :-)
A Corgi running in 12" of fresh powder would look like a special effect shot from "Tremors".
Lee
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