They store them in refridgerators! My Ruby has a nice coat, but not what it would be if she were an outdoors dog. Small price to pay, I say for a wonderful INDOOR companion!raian said:Congrats. What? No pictures???
I wonder sometimes too how people keep coats on these dogs.
I'll post the professional one when I get it. I brought a camera with me but no one was available to take pictures. My friend had 2 Lab boys to show almost back to back so I was running back and forth exchanging dogs for her. Both won their class so then I showed one of her boys to Winner's Dog while she showed the other boy to RWD. Then I had to run back and get Essy while she put up her 2 boys so I didn't have time to give her the camera. Then when Essy was done I put her up and helped my friend go back in for Winners where she got Best of Winners. It was a really good weekend. ;Draian said:Congrats. What? No pictures???
I agree...I wouldn't have it any other way but I would think Essy's coat would be better because she IS an indoor dog. Our outdoor temps are in the 100s. What dog is going to keep coat in those kinds of temps? Now in winter I could understand why an outdoor dog would have a better coat, but not summer. :-\luvmydogz2much said:My Ruby has a nice coat, but not what it would be if she were an outdoors dog. Small price to pay, I say for a wonderful INDOOR companion!