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angie2002
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Mitchell27
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4 Points

Keeping your pets outside

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Mitchell27
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 1/8/2014 Category: Science
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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angie2002

Con

Lets say it is in New York and it is -4f degrees and you have your beagle outside. Of course you will be cold so why wont they be cold. They do have fur but beagles do not have long fur, they have very short hair and a lot of owners like to have their pets groomed. So think if you were a pet, you would still be could but you will be even colder because you are outside while your owner is also cold inside. While in the summer you would be hot inside and your pet is hotter outside.
Mitchell27

Pro

Okay. Yes it is cold outside but saying your cold so your dogs cold too is wrong. Dogs and humans are not the same. Dogs can and, if left outside a lot in winter, will build up a special coat to protect them. Humans evolved in temperate areas, will the ancestor to the domestic dogs we know today probably lived in much colder climates. Plus beagles were/are hunting dogs so -20 degrees if out of the now/wind will not hurt them.
Debate Round No. 1
angie2002

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angie2002 forfeited this round.
Mitchell27

Pro

OKay well all my points stand...
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