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I never let her on the fore deck on her own for fear that she would jump overboard and swim to shore. (Lifeline netting solved this problem and so did leaving a section of rug in the cockpit. It gave her traction that she liked). As a northern breed that loves snow and ice she also loves water. She has no problems diving into ice cold water in the spring. On the other hand this solved the "taking a bath problem" in the summer. If I could keep her out of the weeds then she arrived on deck clean. Whenever I had her onboard, she wore a harness. I never took her during extreme weather as she would lie at the bottom of the cockpit, suffering. Just not her cup of tea. Hope this helps.
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