Dogs show us how to cool off in the Pilbara

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It is beginning to warm up in the Pilbara and we are all beginning to wonder how we are going to cope with the hot, muggy days this wet season.

There is no need to think too hard though as the Pilbara’s dogs already have the answers, because they are good boys and girls.

Picture: Ann-Katrin Wolf
Camera IconPicture: Ann-Katrin Wolf

The answer is hose water. bite all the hose water you can find.

Ambrose.
Camera IconAmbrose. Credit: Nyssa Halliday.
Picture: Kristy Austin.
Camera IconPicture: Kristy Austin.

If that fails, sit in water.

Bella.
Camera IconBella. Credit: Maria O'Halloran.
Picture: Melissa Munday.
Camera IconPicture: Melissa Munday.
Picture: Paula Maher.
Camera IconPicture: Paula Maher.
Tily.
Camera IconTily. Credit: Tarita O'Brien.
Picture: Victoria Otto.
Camera IconPicture: Victoria Otto.

Or stand in water. That works too.

Picture: Simon Ovens.
Camera IconPicture: Simon Ovens.
Picture: Lauren Bailey.
Camera IconPicture: Lauren Bailey.
Picture: Jacque Cartner.
Camera IconPicture: Jacque Cartner.
Picture: Brendan Walsh.
Camera IconPicture: Brendan Walsh.

Whatever you do, just go to the beach.

Picture: Wayne Smith
Camera IconPicture: Wayne Smith
Picture: Allen Bell.
Camera IconPicture: Allen Bell.

Unless it is super hot, then you should chill with a few beers at home.

Picture: Vaughan Smith.
Camera IconPicture: Vaughan Smith.

And if all else fails you can huddle up in bed with the aircon on.

Doug.
Camera IconDoug. Credit: Karen Hancock.

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