|10-15-2013 09:51 PM|
|10-15-2013 09:35 PM|
|arycrest||I have a friend who lives in Vegas ... I asked her what she does when she goes out with her Seeing Eye Dog in the summer ... she uses special booties for him that prevent him from burning his feet on the hot sidewalks and streets.|
|10-15-2013 07:04 PM|
|marbury||It probably is due to the pavement temperature. Walk barefoot, it will quickly solve the problem. :P|
|10-15-2013 02:57 AM|
|arycrest||I wouldn't walk a puppy or adult on a hot surface such as a sidewalk or street.|
|10-15-2013 02:27 AM|
|kirsten||Mine is 7 months now and as long as I've had her (since 10 weeks) I've noticed she doesn't like walking outside where the ground might be hot. She has been fidgety too, wanting to drag me to a shady spot, so I don't force her to walk around when it's hot. I exercise her in the house or find a grassy shady place to play during the day. I walk her in the evenings when the sun is setting. I guess she is just sensitive.|
|10-12-2013 05:42 PM|
The most memorable thing about my visit to Fort Lauderdale was how stupid I was for neglecting to bring flip flops. I kind of wanted to cry just a little bit when running 25 feet from my towel to the water.
I could well imagine the puppy is not a happy camper on concrete down there!
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|10-12-2013 04:57 PM|
|trcy||I've read if it's to hot for you to walk on barefoot it's to hot for a dog.|
|10-12-2013 04:48 PM|
Is the ground too hot for my puppy to walk on
Hi, I live in South Florida near the beach and the concrete is always simmering hot. Sometimes while on walks I'll notice my puppy will start whimpering and getting fidgety. I know this is common of puppies but I was wondering if this had something to do with the ground being so hot and him only being 11 weeks.. Thoughts.. Opinions?