If the grass was wet Cody would hold it all day if I had let him. Baths were not fun and early morning dew might as well have been lava.
Elliot really doesn't care! When I bathed him the first time I was all prepared for a fight and he just stool there like it was nothing.
Kaiser also does not like wet grass and when asked to sit on wet concrete we get this awkward bum up sit, he is fine with baths and running around a wet and muddy park if all the other dogs are doing it and surprising enough he plays in the water at the beach but not in deep water or waves, he runs along trying to catch them but staying just out of reach. Wet days he holds on to his solids until he can hold no more and if he holds too long I won't let him in until he goes(don't want a midnight pit stop), for pees he is quick in and out no mucking around. He just isn't interested in walking on wet days or overcast days and gets dragged out if we have been cooped up too long, strange to have a dog that doesn't get excited about walkies.
Jolanda and Kaiser
Perry is far more willing to go out in inclement weather if he is off leash. I guess the trade off is worth it, but if I went (past tense, we have moved from the farm) out the back door with him loose, even in a rain storm, he would come with me readily. Out the front door on a leash, not so much! And in the dog run, also not a happy camper. He would hang out in the doghouse and refuse to venture onto the wet grass or in the rain. Mind you, even off leash he was always quick to dash into the barn if I opened the door. ;)
Molly is a 'desert dog' most of the year, she doesn't really like 'wet' ground. Bath? she is 8 1/2 never had a bath, cleans herself, everyone comments on how 'beautiful' she looks. When in the northwest, with the rain, she will go in the wet grass. and she loves the tall grass, guess she thinks she is back in the jungle.