Vet Sleeps Outside In Dog House To Show What Freezing Temps Are Like For A Dog


Again, while certain breeds are more naturally inclined to handle colder or even freezing temperatures; it’s safe to say that every dog deserves a warm place to sleep. If it’s too cold for you while dressed in winter wear then it’s safe to assume it’s too cold for your dog.

Just because they have fur, doesn’t mean that dogs are immune to things like frostbite and hypothermia. Watch Dr. Ward’s video below and see what he has to say about this important winter topic.

After only 4 hours, in thick winter clothing, the vet was unable to handle the freezing temps. Bring your dog inside and please SHARE this on Facebook! Let us know what you think in the comments below.



Source: Goodfullness

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