Bushcraft with Dog

Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by JohnGer, Sep 9, 2018.

  1. JohnGer

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    Hello!

    How do you let your Dog sleep outdoors when it gets colder?

    In warmer nights I just gave my Dog a little bit of a sleeping pad and a light blanket. But when it gets Winter, I want a better solution.

    What do you use?

    Cheers,

    John
     
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    A dog house and a bale of straw.
     
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    K-9 ruffwear has a bunch of good gear
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    No +1? Who are you and what did you do with @packmen21 ? Lol

    Personally I like have my puppers with me in the woods.
     
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    Mine sleeps by me at home, and in the tent in the woods. Just the way it is.
     
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    When I was a kid up in New England, the dogs slept in a doghouse, filled deep with fresh hay ever week or so. If it was getting down below freezing, we'd sometimes let them in to sleep in the mudroom.
    Now they sleep in the house....
     
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