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At the beginning of last week, it was around 80° and we could spend as much time outside as we wanted. However, it’s been raining since Saturday and has gotten down into the low 40s.
Our pit bull puppy quickly does his business and then spends the rest of the time looking distressed. Our mini Australian Shepherd mix refuses to walk further than a few feet; he’s pretty short and there are a lot of puddles on the ground. They haven’t seemed to mind the rain before now, so I’m pretty sure it’s because of how cold it is.
I feel terrible for both of them and want them to get their energy out. What’s the best way to do that inside, where they’re comfortable?
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