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1. The Leash Law

 In most cities, dogs must be leashed anytime they are in public. If you are out with your dog and he is not on a leash, your parents can be fined more than $200.00 in some cities.

 A leash can protect your dog and keep him out of dangerous things:
traffic, fights, garbage, dangerous places

 A leash keeps your dog close to you so he doesn't get lost! Click on the to find out what you can do if your dog does get lost.

 

Teaching your dog to walk on a leash.
A leash can be a connection to your dog's feelings. There are two ends on a leash. You are on one end and your dog is on the other end. Some people say that the feelings you have travel down the leash to your dog. So if you are feeling sad, your dog can tell if he is on the other end of the leash. In the same way, maybe you will be able to know what your dog is feeling when you are using a leash.

 

  In a way, a leash is part of your dog's wardrobe (the things he can wear). A dog can only wear so many things: a collar, a license, an ID tag, and a leash. Keep your dog in high style by giving him the wardrobe he deserves!

  RUSTY'S
RIDICULOUS
RIDDLES

Why did the dog say he had
two feet instead of four?

Because he was only standing
on two at the time.
 
This cute riddle was sent by White Wolf, age 15, from Maine USA. Thanks!

 

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