Some things I am working through with my baby girl, she is a Bouvie, long fur, which loves to collect dirt and dust. She gets a daily brushing, however she still sheds, and leaves dirt behind.
I had my wrist/hand dislocate, from a leash slipping down around my wrist and the dog raring back on its hind legs. It was a little dog that did that to me.
If a dog is going after game (or a creepy person), they usually go with one great jerk.
Some dogs chew to get loose, some K9s get creative in getting out of their collar or harness.
My baby girl is trained not to chase things, however, bears are fair game, if I am not aware enough to remind her, that chasing is a NO NO. (We live in an area with lots of bears in the Summer). I just do not trust her on the ground with out me there with her.
A run line under the hammock might work, if I do not get tangled in the chain!
What is too young to take on a hang? I start my dogs going everywhere as soon as I bring them home. It socializes them, then they know how to behave when away from home.
At this time, Willow has her own Hennessy Hammock, a Cub. She is not showing any signs of getting out of it on her own, she is close to me so she will wake me if I need help. My little Pug, sleeps in the foot box of my bag.