Willow moderates her play with dogs based on their ability to keep up. I like to think of it as her sense of fair play but it's more likely her attempt to keep them engaged. If she leaves them too far behind they give up so she slows and waits for them. She does a similar sort of "fair" play at home when she adjusts her speed to her slow humans. Also, she will rotate who she asks to play with in the evenings, alternating between my wife and my son. She doesn't ask the same human to play twice in a row but rather goes to the one who didn't play with her last time. Well, if it's a technique to get more playtime or if it's an attempt to be fair, she does it just the same. Here she is running with a lab this morning. You can see her slow and wait for him in both clips, more so in the second. https://photos.smugmug.com/Animals/...332159--7718069588029285611-IMG_2433-1280.mp4 https://photos.smugmug.com/Animals/...321399--2921503001638556728-IMG_2434-1280.mp4 So, what do you think, does she do this to be kind or has she learned how to maximize her playtime?