Many first time dog owners believe that because dogs have thick coats, they are immune to cold climates. However, this just isn’t true. For dogs tend to feel as uncomfortable as humans in the open and also crave the warmth of being inside as much as we do.
Dogs are sensitive to extreme temperatures and react sharply to scorching summers or bitter winters. Both seasons have their unique characteristics and stipulate that your dog receives the care that it ought to in keeping with the vagaries of the weather.
Many people feel like hibernating in their cozy homes when wintertime rolls around. Logically, most canines enjoy the comfort of a warm house as well, rather than venturing out into the cold and snowy outdoors.