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#5583189 - 02/04/15 09:13 PM Keeping Dog warm Question.
farmall1246 Offline
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Registered: 12/18/13
Posts: 21
We just got back from a northern hunt for geese and we had are dog in a dog blind . He looked like he was cold at times . What do yall do to keep your dog warm?

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#5583458 - 02/05/15 12:17 AM Re: Keeping Dog warm Question. [Re: farmall1246]
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Registered: 09/23/13
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Easiest is to not take them on a northern goose hunt... Did you have a vest on him?

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#5583564 - 02/05/15 07:10 AM Re: Keeping Dog warm Question. [Re: Hogman4127]
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We did have A vest on him.

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#5583733 - 02/05/15 08:52 AM Re: Keeping Dog warm Question. [Re: farmall1246]
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Get a pad for him to sit on. makes a huge difference.

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#5585570 - 02/05/15 10:10 PM Re: Keeping Dog warm Question. [Re: farmall1246]
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Agree. Pad and vest. Also remember a dogs temperature is around 102. Even so they do get cold.

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