Spring in Canada can be crazy - rain or snow one day, 80 degrees and sunny the next day. I have been a bit worried about Sacha, have notices that on some days she wakes up slowly, lies "slug-a-bed", and kind of droops along when we go for a walk - or refuses to go altogether! (We have 4 dogs, and all love to go for a walk most of the time) This morning I realized that her "off" days coincides with the weather conditions. On dull cool or rainy mornings she is "sad" and may refuse to go for her walk. (She"s fine in the house, plays and all that) When it rains, she doesn't want to go out the door at all. When it is bright and sunny, no matter how hot it is, she loves to go out, frolics, eats her salad (grass) and plays or teases the other dogs. I am convinced she is suffering doggie "seasonal affective disorder." Has anyone else noticed this with their pugs, and is there anything that can be done about it? Am wondering if it is a shortage of some type of vitamin, considering she also has focal hyperpigmentation on her side which the vet says might be "allergies".