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    Our pups have ones like Dodge's one when it's raining and just fleece pull-overs for cold weather.. like today! The apparent temp didn't go over 3 degrees so they wore them to the park
    Sometimes Meika still shivers with one on.. so then she gets to wear both!

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    Ignoring the actual content of this thread, I find the best way to keep warm in winter is to have a dog snuggle up next to me under the doona. Hot water bottles go cold, dogs don't

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    My husband strongly objects...lol
    I could never see the problem, funny, my Mother was just like him.
    Dogs are great warmers

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    Ignoring the actual content of this thread, I find the best way to keep warm in winter is to have a dog snuggle up next to me under the doona. Hot water bottles go cold, dogs don't
    I totally agree mate. Unfortunately the wife dosn't think having Mojo and Bronx in the bed with us is a good idea. I dont see what the issue could possibly be ???
    Some women...i tell ya...sheeesh !!


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    DONT SIC YOUR DOGMA ON ME !

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    You idiots who married humans deserve what ya get i tells ya

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    Mate i tireid but no one would marry me and the mutts......must be the same sex issue methinks ?!?!?!


    Quote Originally Posted by reyzor View Post
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    Well, she got my favourite fleecy throw over for her bed blanket. We put it over her at night and that is working fine. Thanks peoples

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    Quote Originally Posted by farrview View Post
    Well, she got my favourite fleecy throw over for her bed blanket. We put it over her at night and that is working fine. Thanks peoples
    'farrview' - I think that you will find that she will be fine with this. I have never been one for putting coats on pups because they have their own very versatile all weather coat on them already.

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    Going off on a tangent, don't your dogs stink? My dogs have long coats, dunno if that makes a difference but even a week between washes seems to be too long, as they get dirty again within 2 days it seems. And it's REALLY noticeable - you pat them, and you come away smelling like dog even if you only pet their heads. I think it's a longhaired thing - yes or no? That's why mine have to stay outside haha, the smell just pervades through the house (plus they're not housetrained at all)..

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    Ha,ha Striker.......
    I love the smell of my dogs .......reminds me of pretty flowers and candy. LOL

    Apparently my mother in law can smell them and since Mojos been a inside pooch her visits have dropped dramatically. For that reason alone my big slobbering lounge lizard will always stay a inside doggy.

    Seriously though i cant smell it....but some homes i visited have reekked of dog. Thats not cool.


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