Having your dog pull you on anything demands a high level of trust between you and your dog. While you can stop yourself on a scooter if your dog tries to run off with you, if your dog insists on acting wildly and not listening or behaving for you, it will be difficult to achieve this level of training. In many ways, training your dog to pull you is one of the easiest things to train, because your dog is self-motivated to explore and exercise. Most dogs quickly understand that they are pulling you, and take pride in the responsibility.
Make sure your dog is sound and healthy before beginning an exercise routine. Take it slow, building distance as your dog adjust to increased exercise. Always make sure your dog is enjoying her exercise. If you have to motivate her with anything other than the opportunity to run and explore she is probably tired or uninterested.