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Re: furry dogs


How fortunate you are to have Chows.  Those are such beautiful dogs!  I've 
always loved those dogs (even before Martha Stewart made them more 

"We don't do enough to exploit renewable energy resources."

In a message dated 8/16/2003 3:55:06 AM Pacific Daylight Time, 
TeichFlora@aol.com writes:

> Pam, I have CHows, they are just as furry, if not more so.  Mine do fine, 
> they are acclimated to the temperatures.  The fur acts like an insulation to 
> the 
> cold AND the hot weather, so they get less hot than a short haired animal.   
> I 
> do bring them in if the temps or heat index are in the 3 digits.   They also 
> have plenty of shade with the trees, etc.  I think it is what an animal (or 
> human) is used to.  
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast

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