Signs of a Problem Click
Some signs that your pet is too cold:
Whining or barking:
Some dogs are more verbal than others, but if your dog suddenly begins ‘talking’ to you while making eye contact, he’s trying to tell you he’s had enough.
If your dog stops walking or playing, or is holding up a paw, he may have balls of snow or ice between the pads of his feet. He may also be too cold and needs to go inside.
This is an obvious sign that he’s cold.
Many dogs, when they get too cold, will begin acting anxious or even fearful. He may try to climb up your leg to be held or may turn around and head home. The anxiety may turn into whining or barking.
Looking for Safety:
Some dogs will begin looking for a place to hide – under a bush, under a car, or anything else that might provide shelter.
Watch your dog, know what is normal and what isn’t, and keep your dog safe in frigid temperatures.