$3000 doggie treadmill

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If you’re too lazy to walk your dog every day, you could always dish out $3000 for a Jog a Dog treadmill.

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22 Responses to $3000 doggie treadmill

  1. kpkpkp says:

    Friggin SkyMall will try to sell anything.

  2. RedShirt77 says:

    Why wouldn’t i buy a human treadmill and have it serve dual use? I can get two pieces of x-pen and set it up just like this one.

    Also, why is BBG making me sign in for BB, BBG, and Offworld and then logging me out repeatedly?

  3. Kate Henlay says:

    $3000 for doggie Treadmill. Stop kidding. People have left nothing for themselves, from where the will bring such amount for Dogs.
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  4. frenchtoastkiss says:

    Here’s an alternative to spending 3 grand on this thing and then having to train your dog to use it: take them to a good dog-daycare if you really can’t be bothered to exercise your dog. At least they will get to play with other dogs and/or people.

  5. harryhill says:

    I know what my dog would do, pee up the side and whine at the door to go out. This is just so cruel! They are social animals and enjoy meeting other dogs on the park and sniffing their parts. To deny them fresh air is wrong! Regads, Harry from
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  6. Joel Johnson says:

    Because our comments system is really borked since we upgraded to the latest version of MT. It sucks, we know.

    Pro-tip: You can usually just click “Sign In” without filling out the form and it’ll log you in. (That is not optimal, but that’s what we’re dealing with at the moment.)

  7. Jesse Ryder says:

    Is it really appreciably different?
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  10. RedShirt77 says:

    I will make it work Joel. New site looks good.

  11. HeatherB says:

    This would be great for people in places with bad weather and you can’t get out to exercise the dog as much as you would like.

  12. kimberly183 says:

    My friend’s dog broke its leg on a regular human treadmill. It tried to step off and the leg crumpled under it and was pulled back by the tread.

    This is a great idea for people who are disabled and need extra help for their dogs, or for those breeds that need LOTS of exercise . . . the type two hour-long walks won’t calm down! (Go to a pound sometime and see how many of these types of dogs end up there.)

    Great idea!

  13. Nannes2 says:

    You can usually just click “Sign In” without filling out the form and it’ll log you in. (That is not optimal, but that’s what we’re dealing with at the moment.)
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  14. Nannes2 says:

    Is it really appreciably different? Why not use a human treadmill?
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  16. mickhhp says:

    3000? too expensive go and get in china for 100 :)
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  17. EricT says:

    speaking of George, check out the Judy Jetson’s over at IO9.

  18. dculberson says:

    I wonder why it’s so much more than a human treadmill. Is it really appreciably different? Why not use a human treadmill?

  19. EricT says:

    OK Am I the only one to get the George Jetson vibe here

  20. EricT says:

    how strange I left a post that was an amusing George Jetson reference. And it disappeared

  21. EricT says:

    Oh great now it shows.

  22. dculberson says:

    It takes a few minutes for comments to show up.

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