jehler wrote:Doubleplay wrote:If owning a jammer makes you drive recklessly and dangerously....
How in the world did you make this jump?
If you posting on a forum makes the whole world dumber should you be allowed freedom of speech?
brsutton86 wrote:What about an indoor lab. Smaller side 55 lbs. I was planning on letting her spend the night in the kennel every other night to acclimate to the weather starting now as its not bad cold yet. This thread has me wondering if that's enough or if I should have her spend time in the kennel daily to get a thick coat. Typically 30s-40s is the coldest but can dip down to teens. Nothing like the folks in Canada deal with though.
buckmeister wrote:Really like the "sugar coat". Water proof and wind proof max 4 cordura lined with wool. The coat fastens around the dog with magnets and when the dog goes on retrieve the coat falls off. You could still use the vest with the coat in harsh conditions in Canada. Safe, warm and good camo also.
Dakota Creek wrote:Good thread on temperatures and dogs .... goes to show it does not need to be "really" cold, but we have to keep an eye on our dogs while hunting -
http://www.retrievertraining.net/forums ... ld+weather
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