Keeping the Right Temperature for pets

My husband and his dogs drive me crazy! When Jack and I got married, we only had one dog.

Her name is Lily, and she is a beautiful Siberian husky.

We still have Lily, and ever since then, my husband has added a dog to our family every two years. We currently have seven dogs, and, to be honest, they drive me crazy. Last month, my husband and I went to the mall, and we decided to stop at the pet shop to look for a certain medicine that we couldn’t seem to find anywhere for one of our dogs. Thankfully, we did find the medicine, but my husband also found a dog that, he insisted if I let him buy it, would be our last dog for a while. Of course, I couldn’t say no to him, and we ended up buying a beautiful American Eskimo dog. He is very large with a thick white coat. Because he has such a thick coat, Jack said it would be best if we turned the temperature in the house lower so that Rover doesn’t overheat. This was a hard choice for me because I am the kind of person who is always cold, and I prefer my house to be a bit warmer than most people do. Now that we have Rover, I usually walk around the house in thick pajamas wrapped in a blanket. Having eight dogs in the house is a whole lot of work, and I’m hoping my husband will change his mind about keeping Rover in the house and decide to keep him in the outdoor kennels that we have, so I can raise the thermostat in the house back to a comfortable temperature.

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