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It’s simple, right? You dust off your trusty Umbro shorts from middle school, put Spike on a leash, and off you go. You’re running with a dog! Easy! Only then you go to do it, and you find yourself faced with questions you never ever knew you wanted to ask. Such as: “Wait, do I need a certain kind leash? And should I bring treats? How many? Does Spike even want to run? Can Spike run? Did I really, actually name my dog Spike?”Your dog will look rockin' in the Top Paw Spike Boy Studded Leash! He'll be a hit in the neighborhood! Made exclusively for PetSmart. Spring release hook Attached studs Black Caution Not recommended for tie out.Okay, we're off! What am I looking out for during the run?
Moroney says the most important part is "learning the dog's language." Is Spike lollygagging behind you, tongue out, breathing heavy, dead weight on the leash? He's probably tired! Maybe walk a little awhile, especially if it's hot (Moroney’s team won't take dogs running when it's hotter than 85). If his ears and tail are perked up, and the hair is standing up on his back, you may want to watch out for another dog. As Moroney says, "Let the dog tell you."Tom has now pressed Jerry into servitude, using the bell as his signal. Jerry brings Tom's tray of food to him and falls under its weight. While Tom gobbles a turkey leg, Jerry reads the paper which shows the leash law's reversal: LEASH LAW LIFTED: Ecstatic, Jerry hits Tom with the newspaper, causing Tom's turkey to be lodged in his throat. Before the cat can capture him, Jerry rings his bell, and nothing happens for the moment. Tom, still believing the dog to be tied up based on Spike's non-appearance, rings the bell and bops Jerry alternately. Spike, carrying a newspaper himself, sneaks behind Tom and whacks him. Clueless, Tom rings the bell and gets smacked again. Tom then rings the bell one more time and ducks the newspaper's swing, then peeks behind him and briefly sees Spike; Spike whacks the cat a third time, then cordially returns the bell to Jerry and engages Tom in a brutal fight. After the brawl, Spike and Jerry are strolling down a street, with Tom inside a dog's leash and collar. Spike kicks Tom whenever Jerry rings the bell.