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Are a person’s dogs wellI own 2 Australian Shepherds and they do just fine. in the winter they love to go outside to their (fenced) Yard and make trails in the snow as they run around and lose energy, But love coming in and pulling off the snow clumps using their paws and legs and leaving them in a pile for me. They can handle an outside walk just fine, But we’re not outside for hours christian louboutin for cheap at a the summertime they cheap christian louboutin heels are outside having a stick/ball/frisbee thrown for them, And can go on walks or pull my daughter on her rollarblades to get worn out. As long as they are with their people, They are happy dogs. We make a point to get them physical exercise, And most people are happy. Having a smart Louboutin Online breed that knows cheap louboutins what I expect of them is worth taking the extra time to exercise their minds and bodies. there aren’t any couch potatoes in this household though. 🙂 THAT chosen lifestyle wouldn’t work for this active, smart breed.i have a Half Lab/Half Newfounland male and half Burnese Mt./half Great Pyrenees feminine. They both love the snow and wet weather conditions of the peninsula. The Bernie/Pyr couldn’t be bothered to come “In from the rain” And her coat is never permeated by the wet even though the Lab/newfie loves the snow and spends most of his time laying in it, But finds the rain a little irratating and would just as soon be laying by the fire or someplace dry. Neither of them mind the cold or a brisk romp in the Inlet or Deep Creek and dearly love clam digging or sitting awaiting a catch on the boat. I think both mixes are wonderful “Alaska dog breeds” And they much prefer the “North to alaska” application then on the “external” In washington where tempertures can reach the 100’s on a summer day.I honestly think ANY breed can manage just fine in Alaska as long as it has a liable owner. We have two Pyrs who absolutely LOVE the snow and cold and anticipate winter with gusto.We have two medium christian louboutin cheap sized dogs with medium coats who love a good, Long romp or walk in the snow but are more than happy to return to the nice, Cosy dwelling (our house, not just a dog house) later on. Patch has vulnerable paws and during really, Really cold spells sometimes only makes it half way back to the home (From going out to potty) Before stopping and holding one or more paws up, Miserable and in obvious discomfort we are STILL working on getting him to wear booties anyone with guidelines as to how best train an adult dog to do this please respond. He NEEDS them and would make use of them since he loves being outdoors otherwise. But he just will NOT keep them on his feet.hence, Why do we need a “distinctive breed” To have them be happy here in AK?i’ve been training dogs, Horses and their owners for several years and have found for most “Old dogs knowing new tricks” The best bet is still the reward method. First, make sure they are comfortable and of a type that fit well. second of all, You must always be consistant. Try putting one or two boots on at the same time, instead of all four, (ie: The two front or two backside) And giving a reward while carrying this out. Praise and a treat given while doing this and with each or a few steps will help to teach Patch that “booties” have been a fun experience. This will also take his mind off of the boots and onto better and more fun such things as Louboutin food or being petted. regularity is the key thing here. Patience is a virtue so keep putting them back on. Don’t start this process unless you are prepared to go all the way as once started giving up will be actually teaching Patch just the opposite lesson. it may take awhile but a firm no, Replace the boots, a treat, Good boy’s throughout, And eventually Patch Louboutin Online will be getting excited about putting his “sneakers” On for his walks and will be the envy of all the other dogs.


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