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(The Dodo)   Science has solved the eternal mystery of why many dogs like to romp in the snow: Experts in canine psychology and behavior report that it's because the dogs find it "fun and exciting." That's some fine sciencing there, Dr. Lou   (thedodo.com) divider line 6
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2014-01-23 09:10:12 AM
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2014-01-23 05:42:06 PM
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Lets say there is six inches of snow on the ground.

Now, lets say you are a dog, and your dick is four inches off the ground.

Would you stand still?
2014-01-23 03:48:04 PM
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2014-01-23 10:58:30 AM
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Diogenes: And this is why my dream of having a Bernese Mountain Dog will never come true while I still live in Orlando.  I think it would be cruel.


Don't get saucy with me.
2014-01-23 10:53:30 AM
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2014-01-23 08:35:10 AM
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Often, it's common to see dogs with thick fur playing in the snow. Nordic breeds like huskies and retrievers, which were bred to thrive in cold, snowy conditions, tend to like snow much more than those with thin coats like greyhounds and chihuahuas, which will get cold quickly.

So...wait a minute. Hold on. They're saying that dogs who have heavy coats of fur, who were bred to do well in the snow, like the snow MORE than dogs who are comparatively fur-less and were NOT bred to be snow dogs.

Sounds suspicious, I think they're hiding something.
 
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