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12-07-2013 12:28 AM
AKIRA3 Sleet, and ice here.
We can't tell whether or not she likes the cold.
She fractured her paw last wed. And is hopping around on 3 legs now, and for the next 6 weeks.
She doesn't like going outside now because of the plastic boot
She has to wear to keep out the moisture.
12-07-2013 12:05 AM
doggiedad mine doesn't mine a walk in the snow, windy weather, rain, thunder, etc.
i don't like inclimate weather but my dog doesn't seem to mine.
12-06-2013 11:39 PM
spidermilk Mine loves cold weather and is crazy about snow as well. A few weeks ago it was chilly and misting and when we ran past our house he tried to drag me inside so I took him home and finished my run alone.

I don't do coats or shoes and we will spend hours hiking in the winter or playing in the snow. When we are playing in snow I will occasionally (after an hour of snow hiking/play) check his feet to make sure snow isn't getting packed in there. I have dog boots that I got thinking I could use to protect his feet from the salt on sidewalks or give him traction when we get a few inches of ice. I have used them for the ice but usually for the salt I just wash/wipe his feet off when we get home.
12-06-2013 11:11 PM
BahCan My dog loves the snow, we had a blizzard earlier this week so there are some huge snow drifts.

However, the current temperature is Minus -25 C with a wind chill in the Minus -40's so she only wants to go out and right back in...lol
12-06-2013 10:14 PM
argonne Beautiful Nigel, just beautiful. They're having a blast!
12-06-2013 09:58 PM
gsdlover91 Ha....I *wish* my dog pulled to come in! Its a brisk 14 degrees right now, and he gets all hyper and could stay out there forever (me on the other hand, I don't last 5 minutes.) No jacket, no boots!
12-06-2013 08:22 PM
Nigel http://

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Last years fun, outside of a couple light snow days, we are frigid cold and pretty much snowless.
12-06-2013 07:57 PM
boomer11
12-06-2013 07:28 PM
argonne Here is a pic of the field next to our house last year where we walk the boyz. That drift is about 4 1/2 feet deep. Seems every dog turns into a schutzhund when you have a heavy coat on and there's a snowdrift to knock you into.

12-06-2013 07:22 PM
Sunflowers
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I keep telling you, bring Hans up for a visit and he and Delgado can have an absolute blast in the snow drifts. Delgado divebombs into ones that are taller then him like a small kid in a leaf pile, it's absolutely hilarious to watch
I have several people in Canada who I would love to visit!
I have fond memories of renting a cottage near where you are. We spent a week at White Lake and had a blast catching pike!
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