I present a dynamical analysis of the measured redshifts and distances of 64 dwarf galaxies at distances between 50 kpc and 2.6 Mpc. These dwarfs are assumed to move as test particles in the gravitational field of 12 massive actors---galaxies and groups of galaxies---under the mixed boundary conditions imposed by cosmology. The model fits most of the measured dwarf distances and redshifts. But more work, perhaps on the gravitational interaction among dwarf galaxies, is required to account for the motions of six galaxies in the NGC 3109 association and two in the DDO 210 association. The sample of dwarfs is large enough to constrain the halo mass run in the Milky Way. The evidence points to a sharper break from a nearly flat inner rotation curve than predicted by the NFW profile.