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Post #: 5
I have to say that after my 11 yr old Kona, lived in so florida all his life, bringing him here to Co. he has become a whole new different dog. Other than his hearing, he has come into his calling. A trail, ice, adventure dog. Hes like a 2 yr old discovering a brand new life. Im so thankful he is physically fit and capable enough to fully enjoy his new life.
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Littleton, CO
Post #: 4
That's great to hear! Could you attribute some of this to the colder weather? We've always noticed how heat effects our Aussies. On hot summer weather they will get physically tired, then they find a cool mountain stream to go for a swim and suddenly they explode with energy. Always seemed like it was more the heat and them being hot than being physically tired out. I wonder if you're seeing this effect with Kona and the cool weather compared to the heat and humidity of Florida that he was used to?
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