Re: Sea Dogs
- Have had the same experience with several people I've taken
sailing...lol. I think it has to do with the personality...
my little mut "spike" loves the water and I had another one that just
loved the boat..
--- In email@example.com, "haf_jonsson"
> Happy New Year everyone.
> Today I went sailing and brought a dog with me. I'm babysitting
> for my son and for most parts it is fine with me. But on the waterthe
> animal went nuts. He was squeeling and hauling and trembling infear
> all the time. I returned early, but as I slid into the slip theanimal
> jumped and landed in the water, and nearly got itself squishedbetween
> the boat and the dock.was
> In the past I have sailed with a guy who had a dog and it never
> trouble. I wonder if different breeds have different hang-upsabout
> sailing. This one is an Australian Red Heeler, and is absolutelythan
> delightful on the trails. But, on the water it was not happy.
> My question is: Do different types of dogs adapt more easily
> others to sailing? The next question is: How do you break a dog into
> like going sailing?
> Quintessence, C-28, #388
> Monterey, CA