Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: In my own little world;)
I've always been taught to leave them outside for pretty much everything. That natural instincts will take over. But like Smrobs said, you're ****ed if you do, ****ed if you don't.
Our barn is the metal pole shed type, but with a wood / shingled roof. The end is used as a run in. With high winds I was taught to also keep the doors open to prevent the vacuum effect from occurring.
On a side note, Odie has been caught snoozing happily in the middle of the field during a hail storm, chasing others away from his chosen spot during a rain storm, and refusing to come inside with 6" of wet heavy snow on his back. HOWEVER, if he feels 2 mosquitoes he can't get inside fast enough. But that's Odie, I don't think he's right in the head, lol
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