Vet Spends The Night In A Freezing Dog House To Show How Much Dogs Suffer During Winter

Winter is a very cold time of the year for everyone – not just for us humans. Our pets can also feel cold, which is why it is so important to be well informed about the effects of cold.

A veterinarian, Dr. Ernie Ward, is responsible for promoting safe living conditions for dogs -, especially in winter.

Dr. Ward is naturally frustrated with the number of people who think that “kennels” and “blankets” are enough to keep dogs warm during freezing temperatures.

He campaigned with a passion to prove his point of view by agreeing to camp inside a niche while spreading his experience to pet owners.

Dr. Ward was well prepared for his stay, wearing heavy winter clothes – something that dogs don’t have. Even with his extra layers, Dr. Ward only managed to endure 4 hours inside the niche.

In the video, you can see how the temperatures continued to drop every hour, and the veterinarian was increasingly visibly traumatized by the experience.

He was shaking uncontrollably and quickly went numb. By the end of the 4 hours, the temperature had dropped to 15 ° F and Dr. Ward could no longer resist it.open next Page to See More



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