My 10 week old chocolate lab has been staying inside. He sleeps in his crate and during the day he mostly stays in the house with my wife on her summer break unless i take him outside on walks in the woods or to do training work, or other various reasons. But the majority of his day is spent inside. I live in middle/south Georgia where it can get pretty hot in the summer. But right now it is only getting in the low 90's. He stayed outside with his brothers and sisters in a run up until we picked him up. THe run was shaded. I noticed a few days after picking him up at 7 weeks when we woudl go outside he didnt like to be out in the sun too much. He would go under the truck or under a shade tree frequently. He doesnt do that now anymore but he doesnt seem to like staying outside. If we go outside to work he will do what we are doign but eventually he will go to the door and want to go in. Have i spoiled him too much by keeping him inside most of the day? My wife is a teacher and is home during the summer and i told her we need to start letting him play outside a little more especially during the morning hours before it gets too hot. Has anybody else had this issue and what should i do?