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A&E and five stitches later!!!!!!!!!

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Purdey loved her first Jog with me the other night so I thought we would do it again - Well my second experience of jogging with Purdey didn't exactly go to plan! Unfortunately I kept her on a shorter lead which was a bad choice as she went in front of me and I kicked her-all In a split second I tried to slow down so I wouldn't kick her a second time and BANG -I hit the deck- my legs had slowed down but my head hadn't resulting in me splitting open my chin......with me on all fours in the road and Purdey looking at me with that "what on earth is mum doing now!" look ....and the only things i could find in my pockets were treats and poo bags ( no tissues for my very bleeding chin by this time) with shock or adrenalin kicking in I couldn't help but laugh ....what a sight I must of been!!!!

Well looking at the positives of that night-
1, Purdey came back to me instantly
2, No one saw me in that very unladylike position
3, fours hours in A&E I realized how lucky I am it could of been alot worse
4, I can still have a laugh at my own expense
5, I saved Purdey from me landing on her or kicking her again

Has anyone got any good tips for running with their vizzies as I am now abit scared of doing it again

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I'm very interested to hear the responses to this.
I tried running with Catan awhile back. Every thing was going fine and then he cut through my legs. I have no idea what he was trying to do as he was too big at that point to get through me. The result was a tangled mess of dog and human parts on the side walk with both of us screaming our heads off. One car did pass us but I figured that was ok. People always sit in the middle of the side walk with their dogs right?
Since then my son has tried running with Catan and my daughter has tried riding her bike with him and got the same results. He just can't run in a straight line. I really think he's got ADHD. He can't stay focused. Everything distracts him and he forgets what he's doing.
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