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Dog Knows How to Cool Off

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It's hot this summer in North Carolina, especially if you are a dog bred for cold climates. Mako the Husky has found a way around that, because he's found his place -inside the ice maker! He would have never been found if he'd pulled his tail in properly. Now the ice machine belongs to him. 

Boing Boing has another video where they caught Mako in the act of climbing into the ice machine.

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White versions occur naturally in ALL dog breeds. You just don't usually see them if they are not an "approved" AKC color because breeders will just destroy the puppies because they "can't sell them at show dog price". I owned a pure white, pure bred Miniature Schnauzer...that's the how I found out about it. Disgusting, really. As a side note...she was a perfectly healthy, normal Mini Schnauzer with no health issues(which breeders will claim to justify killing them- but we all know it's all about the money).
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Humans make decisions on pets for themselves, not for the pet. Besides the should-be-obvious danger of cold weather breeds in hot weather locales, too many breeds are now so deformed that their health is in danger daily. Put the health and wellbeing of your pet over your "I want" desires. No more smushed faces impeding breathing. No more giant breeds with serious skeletal issues that reduce their life span to under 8 years. Be kind and love animals, not breed them into grotesque shapes that doom them to illness and disease just because you think it's cute. Oh. BTW. Keep Golden Retrievers golden. Stop this ridiculous "white", inbred and line bred oddity.
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This is a cry for help. No one should own cold-weather dogs in a hot climate much less exercise them during the day. If the ice maker was not there, he might have died.
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