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First Friday Filmclub

 Why not join Nero as he and master Joshua race downhill to the beach? They live in my home town - or the town where the Hutch keeps watch for me in my absence... but are great travellers and Nero Dog knows exactly how to stay put!!!

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  1. OMDs I need some Dramamine. So many questions but obviously Nero enJOYS the ride.
    What a cute pup.
    Hugs cecilia

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  2. that dog is so happy, i hope he is tied down, it it scary to me and not something I would do. I have seen people with dogs similar to this, saw a dog in a side car on a motor cycle and lots of dogs hanging out windows. they love speed and wind

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  3. I'm wondering where that was filmed. Not the UK, obviously.

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  4. Wheee, that looks like so much fun, but we wish Nero had some goggles on to protect his eyes.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  5. Nero is amazingly calm. From the way he jumped away when the bike was stopped, I'm assuming he wasn't lashed down? That gives me a bit of a pause. If he wasn't tethered, he really is AMAZINGLY calm!

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  6. Our farm dogs used to ride on the back of the motorbike. They love it and balance isn't an issue (for them). I loved the way Nero was in a race with the cyclist behind (or it was someone he knew) as had he to keep checking where they were. (That's F's comment. Tigger says 'big deal! Cats can do that.)

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  7. wow that's a ride... what a brave pup!

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  8. What a fun time for Nero. I hope he always stays safe!

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  9. Hi Yam - crumbs and he wasn't even dog-seated in ... I can't say I was too happy with the footdown aspect for braking ... I guess it's ok!! Fun video - thanks ... cheers Hilary

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