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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-14-2009, 06:45 PM Thread Starter
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Any changes with Dogs at Autobahn?

Signed up for Autobahn 26th and want to make sure they still allow dogs.

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Sure do... mine might be there as well (still pending weather)

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Cool. Thanks. See you there if the weather holds. My dog is a Dalmation and I have green mohawk, not sure which one stand out more.

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Bless your dog. I recently put my 13 year old Dalmatian down because of his back legs. I will also be at Autobahn. Hope I can meet your puppy.
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I put my 12 year old Dalmation(Matches) to sleep fall of last year. He was a really bad stone former and had surgery a few years before he passed to remove them(They removed over 50 stones). He also had hip problems and was on medication that didn't help his already troubled kidneys. Dalmations are known to be stone formers, deaf and have hip problems. This new puppy(Louie) I bought from a breeder and have papers that his parents aren't stone formers and don't have hip problems. Louie is deaf in one ear though but it doesn't slow him at all.
I will be easy to find. I will keep an eye out for a blue R1.

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Cool. Thanks. See you there if the weather holds. My dog is a Dalmation and I have green mohawk, not sure which one stand out more.
I'm pretty sure you wont miss me if I make it. Red and White ambulance with an 120lb White Shepard picking on a 40lb Pit Bull .

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I put my 12 year old Dalmation(Matches) to sleep fall of last year. He was a really bad stone former and had surgery a few years before he passed to remove them(They removed over 50 stones). He also had hip problems and was on medication that didn't help his already troubled kidneys. Dalmations are known to be stone formers, deaf and have hip problems. This new puppy(Louie) I bought from a breeder and have papers that his parents aren't stone formers and don't have hip problems. Louie is deaf in one ear though but it doesn't slow him at all.
I will be easy to find. I will keep an eye out for a blue R1.
Looking forward to it. I am still debating if I should take our new 4 month old Doberman with us. My girlfriend and I will probably be both ridding intermediate so I don't want to leave our Brandy alone for 1 session per hour. I have been at other track days where our pitted neighbors are out ridding and luckily their tied up dog ends up coming over to our pit area.........
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shit spooner, if ur gonna be out there i might have to stop in. autobahn isn't far from my place.

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Jackson is an Autobahn celebrity. He will for sure be there.

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Looking forward to it. I am still debating if I should take our new 4 month old Doberman with us. My girlfriend and I will probably be both ridding intermediate so I don't want to leave our Brandy alone for 1 session per hour. I have been at other track days where our pitted neighbors are out ridding and luckily their tied up dog ends up coming over to our pit area.........

Its a good idea to get them used to the track as babies. Bring a kennel with you. The first day its a little different for them, but they get used to it, and then they learn its just a routine to go in an out of the kennel every 30 minutes.

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Looking forward to it. I am still debating if I should take our new 4 month old Doberman with us. My girlfriend and I will probably be both ridding intermediate so I don't want to leave our Brandy alone for 1 session per hour. I have been at other track days where our pitted neighbors are out ridding and luckily their tied up dog ends up coming over to our pit area.........
If we pit together my wife and I can help watch her. I am riding advanced and my wife isn't riding so Brandy won't be alone.

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If we pit together my wife and I can help watch her. I am riding advanced and my wife isn't riding so Brandy won't be alone.
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