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    Beautiful girl and such a beautiful picture! She is getting so big! I feel like we don't have enough pictures of Izzy

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    Such a nice picture!
    Everyone wants to kiss a bullie

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    Jake loves to hike too! But since we're in Southern California...there ain't no snow on his everyday hikes! We do have a small waterfall tho!!

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    there's nothing quite like witnessing a bully run free through the wilderness....awesome!
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    Gorgeous picture and bully

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    Nope, no boots. It is usually just barely cold enough for snow here ~30 F. She does roll around on her back too as someone mentioned!

    I'm more worried about the summer heat as I know that can be a problem. Maybe just bring a water sprayer/squirt gun and avoid really hot days? Any tips?

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    There are collars and harness that you freeze and place on the dog to help keep them cool -- check Amazon or Google it
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanT View Post
    Just thought I'd post a pic of Izzy. She loves going for hikes, probably most of all meeting the people and other dogs on the trail. Anyways, here's a pic from last weekend:

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    man that looks cold are they OK in the snow? I have a puppy and I was wondering about the cold for them I know heat is bad but what about cold is there a limit where you have to put a sweater and booties on them lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanT View Post
    Nope, no boots. It is usually just barely cold enough for snow here ~30 F. She does roll around on her back too as someone mentioned!

    I'm more worried about the summer heat as I know that can be a problem. Maybe just bring a water sprayer/squirt gun and avoid really hot days? Any tips?
    On super hot days (the two we had last summer. ugh.) we hike in a shaded area that has a creek (McCollum Park, if you're ever up this way). Over heated bullies is absolutely a concern to be concerned with! If they are starting to pant a bit, we just all take a dip in the creek. I let them go in chest deep for best cooling action. They love it.

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    Great pic and beautiful bully !!

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    Great pic!

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    Vicaroo, good idea! We ususally do the same thing on one of the two hat days anyways (take a dip).

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