Finding Shady Spots

English Bulldogs can not do extreme weather. For potty breaks today here in Watertown, Tennessee we are headed for more shady areas. Our temperature Wednesday August 3, 2022 at 12:20 is 91 Degrees and feels like 103 Degrees. The sky is clear of clouds which makes the sun’s rays able to reach our bodies quicker. Keep your pets safe by doing short frequent visits outside to an area that provides relief from direct sun! Paws and Kisses from Daisy, Oreo, and Liley here on New O’Hana Farm, TN

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  1. Shawna says:

    So sweet!! I love how you do this! It’s so cool and very interested!! You do an amazing job!!

    1. Staying Focused is my biggest challenge! 🙂 I get lost in getting and giving love to our pups LOL 🙂

  2. TheDogGod says:

    Great Post
    Thank you for sharing this helpful article on finding shady spots for English Bulldogs during extreme weather. It’s heartwarming to see pet owners taking the necessary steps to keep their furry friends safe and comfortable, even during hot summer days. Your tip on doing short frequent visits outside to an area that provides relief from direct sun is a great reminder for all pet owners. Paws and kisses to Daisy, Oreo, and Liley from this grateful reader!
    Thanks – TheDogGod – http://pomeranianpuppies.lovestoblog.com

    1. Paws and Kisses back again to you TheDogGod!!! 🙂 The pups and I have been taking more time outside while the mornings and evenings are still cold or cool. That wonderful hot weather will be upon us before we know! Liley our almost year old English Bulldog is still learning to cool down after getting too hot. She plays hard and doesn’t want to stop. Too cute! Have a wonderful day!

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