We have all seen news or heard the word “dog left outside in cold weather,” and it should be no surprise that this is an extremely scary situation. We have all been there. A dog is dead and it is cold outside. There is no way to get in to see what is going on, but I have a suggestion. Get a dog to come into the house.
I’m guessing that a dog would make a much better emergency escape plan than a person. And even if it doesn’t, I would also suggest getting a dog that would make it much easier to get out. You can get a lot of mileage out of a dog that is good at following a scent. And dogs will often be able to get into a home in a small amount of time if they are the right dog. That is, if they are a good dog.
It’s unlikely that a dog would be able to get into a home in time to help a person escape a time loop, but it would be worth considering. I know I’d try to go with the second option, but I don’t do things because I want to, I do things because they have to be done. So I will say that getting a dog is probably the best way to go.
Dog is the obvious choice. It is an animal that is very good at following a scent and is also very intelligent. There are lots of animals that can do time loops, and dogs are among them. That said. a dog who can only get into a home in a small amount of time because he can’t smell it would probably not be the best choice. I would suggest a cat.
For me, my dog is a good choice because he can be a bit unpredictable, but I also think he is very good at following a scent and that also means he is smart. I don’t know about you, but I have a tendency to leave my dogs outside in the cold for long periods of time. I also find the colder the winter the better. So my dog is a good choice.
And because cats are lazy, they also can be smart. And cats are very good at hiding things.
Thats a great point. Cats like to hide things, and the cold weather makes them smart, just not about that. The cold weather makes them more active, and when you are active you are more likely to find things. So I would also choose a cat.
The problem is that you might only have the cat for a short time. It might take a friend to walk the dog for a few hours. If you choose a dog, you have to walk him around. If you’re going to have a dog, you might not have time to walk him for quite awhile. Because you have to get to where you’re going before you can walk, you might not want him to be out there much.
I like cats, and if I had to choose between a cat and a dog, I would pick the dog. But since I don’t know if I will ever have pets, I will just pick the cat. There are some downsides to this though; cats are expensive and they need to be cared for, but I can live with that.
Dogs have a much longer lifespan than cats. I was told a few years ago that dogs are killed by a virus in their ears that cause them to go blind. But I have never seen any statistics to back that up.