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I've come to appreciate this time of year -- it's getting cooler, but it's not too cold. Lots of rain but no snow or ice. Since I have two dogs ill-suited for an Alaska winter, it allows me to slowly reintroduce them to winter. Rain or shine, we keep up our twice-a-day walks. They start to remember that wet and cold is not all that bad.
I've already seen Eddie start to balk at walks on drizzly, cold days, but insisting that he goes has made a difference. He stops hiding and starts appreciating the exercise. Soon, I'll start putting their coats on. By the time the snow comes and the booties come out, they'll be prepared for our winter routine.
What's up with your pack?