In Baltimore, Maryland.
The Francis Scott Key Bridge, over the Patapsco River, looms in the distance from Ft. McHenry. So, an apparently common tip for proper dogwalking is to always be ahead of the dog, so that he/she knows you’re the leader of the pack, not the dog. But what if you’re not the leader of the pack? Do people who let the dog take the lead not know about this rule or is it a reflection of a broader personality trait that prevents them from taking leadership in other facets of life?