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Jan 2, 1997

Walking Attachment

There is a bar in the back, but the rear legs are actually suspended in doubled loops covered in a soft red plush fabric. Very dashing. The back feet do rest rather delicately on the bar, but the weight is borne by the upper framework. I noticed there's substantial tension in his back legs when he's running; it's some kind of reflex muscle activity, but excellent therapy, nevertheless.

We're going to have to relearn on walking on a lead but I don't want to deal with a choke chain. We're going to try a harness. Right now Raffi's definitely got the upper paw. It's kind of like a teenager getting a hot rod for his 16th birthday.