Hi all, my goal when I graduate is to be able to run with the canicrossers (a group of proper runners who run with their dogs)
I went on Saturday to join them for a beginners walk/jog and get my dogs fitted with proper harnesses so I can practise at home.
It went so well my dogs were naturals, the lovely guy who took us out (myself and another lady) was impressed with our performance and had expected to do more walking, we covered more ground than he had planned and got back a lot earlier.
I was so preoccupied with the dogs (trying to teach them the 'left-left' 'right-right' 'on-on' calls)I didn't take much notice of how long I ran for, but goodness I felt it the next day and still thismorning!! Running xcountry in mud is certainly a lot harder, but I'm really pleased I did it, I was putting it off because i felt I wouldn't be good enough but I think I could be :-). I maybe last but at least i now feel I can join in,
Thank you so much Laura and all fellow bloggers your encouragement means so much xx