There seems to be two basic types of French dog owners. Firstly, and probably the most common, are those who simply chain-up their dogs for life. And secondly there are those who open the door in the morning to let Bonzo loose, then call him back again in the evening (if they can be bothered, and/or if he's still around).
Our local dog owners mostly fall into the second category; although, sadly, there are plenty of the first around too.
Lady Magnon's duties are to walk our two just before lunchtime, and again in the late afternoon. I do the early morning session, and if I'm still awake, I might take them again about supper time.
The above sight is not uncommon. She leaves the house with just two, and often returns with half a dozen. The others simply tag along.
Joining her above were Iggy Pup (furthest away behind Lady M), and Isis (the only local female, who is madly in love with Monty).
Both nice dogs, and a pleasure to take along on any walk.
I believe that some people even get paid for walking other people's dogs. Maybe.... no, maybe not!