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Old 08-25-2017, 08:39 PM   #21
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Thanks a ton for all of the responses. My older dog is still doing great, but I do have to limit how far she hikes in any one day. My younger dog can go all day. I wanted to do the Wolfjaws but that would have been too much on my old girl, so we will simply get out to Queer and hike around at her leisure. Coming back up a few weeks later with my wife and the dogs, so I will take a day or two then to do some serious stuff with the younger one. I know I could simply leave her at home and come up with the younger dog, and I did that one time. The older dog was completely despondent for most of the time while I was gone, lying around and not eating or wanting to go outside. I won't do that to her again.
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