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 Olaf, My first dog.

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Male Join date : 2014-06-12
Location : Paranaque, Philippines

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PostSubject: Olaf, My first dog.   Olaf, My first dog. EmptyThu Jun 12, 2014 6:48 pm

Hi, i just adopted my 6 month old siberian named "Olaf". I live in a tropical climate here in the Philippines. Any tips on cooling your dogs in warm weather in terms of housing, grooming and food? Thank you!!
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Jesse & Andrea
Jesse & Andrea

Male Join date : 2013-03-15
Location : Tallahassee

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PostSubject: Re: Olaf, My first dog.   Olaf, My first dog. EmptyFri Jun 13, 2014 1:04 am

Welcome to the forum!!! We live in Florida, so it is tropical. We take Shadow out running in the morning and at night because it is not too hot. We also take him to the dog park around 6 when it starts getting a little cooler out, so that he wont get too hot and he can enjoy the park. He cools off completely once he returns inside the house. With grooming, we take him to get bathed once every two months. Especially when he starts shedding. Our husky sheds two times a year and when he does the grooming salon uses a Furminator, which helps remove the excess hair. We feed shadow "Blue Wilderness" because it is grain free and we also give him an Omega-3 pill. Shadow has a very sensitive stomach, so we couldn't give him anything with grain in it. Im not sure if all huskies have a sensitivity to grain, but ours did, so we can only give him grain free food. I hope that our advice was helpful and we hope you enjoy Olaf!!!
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