Let's also consider that when you chase your dog, the dog thinks it's a game and will run away from you. Like... "you can't catch me!" Man, Basenji's can bolt! On the other hand, when you are the one running away, the dog instinctively joins you because you are part of the dog's family/pack. This is not to be confused with a learned command to chase an assailant, in Police work, for example. That would be a totally different game of chase.
Eos and Valhi
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My girls enjoying a lure course
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WOW! Aren't they beautiful! Great photos…of great looking dogs!
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Those are awesome photos!
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On Sunday I took Sahara to her first trial Lure Coursing in Virginia. She did quite well, I think it is somethng I am going to let her get involved in. She seemed to like it, and there were other dogs for her to do some socializing. We had a great time.