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Our cockapoo is more than capable climbing saloon stairs to escape or join us if we move to the cockpit. Also climbed out of a canal boat over rear doors whilst we waited for a lock just to be with us. Ex rescue puppy so quite clingy which is good. Nervous at first but soon learnt if shown she can do stairs.This thread gives me hope. We've just put down a deposit on a cockapoo...
Absolutely, keep the fine bone china safe for use in harbour and feed the scurvy crew who are complaining about a F6 with wind over tide in the channel a dog bowl to eat out of instead.I've seen good arguments for that being the case for two-legged grew as well
Thanks, but I don't get one of those.like this...
I assumed it's because @Mudisox knows that dogs can swim and don't need them. My dog has one - for the handles, there's only a tiny amount of buoyancy in it. He's only been on the boat four times, but has misjudged the gap to the pontoon twice so far - handles are great.Thanks, but I don't get one of those.
BTW, I read one dissenting opinion about lifebelt harnesses for dogs, I wondered what the bad experience was? I thought the big advantage of them was the handle to pull them out of the water in case they fell in.
Do you folk practise DOB or COB runs?