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    Old Dawg (Senior Member) Christi's Avatar

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    Take pictures of Pippa, I miss having a rowdy puppy attacking the snow! We don't get a lot of snow, but Apollo sure does like it! He is just more lazy now than when he was a pup.

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    This morning it snowed for a few hours, but the snow didn't stick on the ground because it was around 36-37 degrees.

    I will take pictures of Pippa around Thanksgiving, when there will be for sure snow on the ground.

    I always wonder how your dogs handle the heat in the summer (those that live in Texas, Arizona...) because Pippa overheated a few times last summer when temperatures were relatively high for Michigan.

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    We have a 34 month old rescue female and a 10 month old male. In the summer, they spent most of the time inside on the really hot days and stayed in on hot nights. Now in November with the temperature around 0 C to 6 C at night, they both will not come in, or stay in. The young male, Achilles, barks and scratches the doors to both demand entrance and exit from the house. He is turning into an outside dog by choice. We have six acres fenced off so the dogs can't escape and the coyotes can't gain access. We also have a bunch of chickens, ducks and geese. The Pyrs have a 24 sq ft doghouse with two entrances and there is a huge outdoor portico that provides shelter. They did come in a few nights back when there was a big storm coming and were quiet all night. Yeah, weather plays a part on the staying outside thing. Time will tell if Achilles really prefers the outside all the time. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    We have a 34 month old rescue female and a 10 month old male. In the summer, they spent most of the time inside on the really hot days and stayed in on hot nights. Now in November with the temperature around 0 C to 6 C at night, they both will not come in, or stay in. The young male, Achilles, barks and scratches the doors to both demand entrance and exit from the house. He is turning into an outside dog by choice. We have six acres fenced off so the dogs can't escape and the coyotes can't gain access. We also have a bunch of chickens, ducks and geese. The Pyrs have a 24 sq ft doghouse with two entrances and there is a huge outdoor portico that provides shelter. They did come in a few nights back when there was a big storm coming and were quiet all night. Yeah, weather plays a part on the staying outside thing. Time will tell if Achilles really prefers the outside all the time. Click image for larger version. 

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    They're so pretty!

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