….or a warm bath, maybe?
In the type of weather being forecast, I wouldn’t worry about wet dog smell.
My nearly 14 year old dog has only spent one night outside in her life, and I was out of town and had a friend stay with her and her now departed adopted brother. Thereafter, the mere mention of my friend’s name would produce growls and barks and dirty looks. And it was a mild night in Texas. Dogs are pack animals, and if they live with people, people are a part of their pack. They don’t want to be banished, even in good weather.
Just for a quick second, that looked like “buzzard conditions”. LOL
I’ve always kinda liked the smell of wet dog. The power of happy associations.
I’d probably wind up sleeping outside before my dogs do… : /
Huskies are so different. Can’t keep him out in the summer and can’t get him in in the winter. He loves to sleep with snow falling on him.
The guy looks (and acts) like one of the Philly weathermen (Glen “Hurricane” Schwartz), the man is only happy if the weather is REALLY awful.