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    Is there anyone else out there whose dog goes hyper on windy days. Its weird, Roley has a lovely character but on windy days watch out, cos he's an absolute looney tunes. When taking him out for his walks he keeps grabbing at the lead and we solved that problem weeks ago. I think it keeps catching his eye as it blows in the wind. And his recall when on a windy day just disappears - Poof!

    Just wondering if anyone else find their dog acting up on windy days. Trouble is I live in Perth and its nearly always windy here until after Christmas.

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    Yes, mine is a bit of a hound so maybe being bombarded with scents from other places is a factor.
    Also all the trees and grass are moving constantly.
    Gets the prey drive going.

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    Dodge couldn't care less, but Koda does tend to be a bit more excitable. He also loves the feeling of the wind through his thick coat, he stands facing the wind and lifts his head up so the wind can go right through his coat

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    Frosty isn't bothered. It's more me that is unsettled by windy weather.

    Frosty gets excited around dinner time. Or last crap of the night. Never play tug in the dark.

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    YES! definitely. Training is very difficult on windy days here. They're prey drive is a little too high, i put it down to everything moving, and scents coming for everywhich way too.

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