Migo isn't enthusiastic about rain. He prefers water from beneath as in puddles, rivers, lakes or the sea to water from above like showers in- and outside or from a garden hose. However, summer rains are welcome because they bring falling temperatures and less direct sun light on Migo's black coat. Summer rains make Migo blossom like a desert flower.
It's raining right now. But unfortunately we can't seize this opportunity for a very long walk, which is rather rare in hot July, for Migo's right-hand hindpaw has a cut. The patient needs to rest.