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  1. #11
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    We go dawn and sunset, 365 days a year. Not because my dogs have 'issues', more my hot flushes are bearable at those times, sod the dogs!

    We are 50 paces from a lake, and nowt but bush between us.

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    I think the cool vest are a good idea as long as they are light and allow enough air circulation around the dog. If you are going to put a jumper on a dog in winter, why not an ice vest in summer?

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    If i use straight tap water for my fish tanks the chlorine in it will kill them within a few hours. I have to bomb each bucketfull with more chemicals to eliminate the chlorine.
    Maybe not so much as a pool but its definently in there. I dont have a issue with them playing in tap water though....if its good enough for me to swim in or drink it's good enough for the goofs to play in.

    My guys are happy enough chasing the hose and playing in the clam pool.

    I've considered a cooling mat but i think my guys would destroy them sooner or later.


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