My girl, Alex, and Sienna, both seem to get cold very easy. Whenever they are cold, they look directly at me or Cynthia as if to say, “I am cold”, and this is our cue for us to bundle up both of them.
Sienna loves when we wrap her in a blanket. If you decide to do this with your dog, make sure not to wrap her too tight.
Burrito? Now I am getting hungry.
I guess Sienna got tired of posing and decided to take a nap.
What I’ve noticed with dogs is that those dogs that have very short hair like Sienna and Alex do tend to get cold very easy. People without pets usually ask, “Why make a dog wear a sweater? They don’t get cold”. That is not true, specially for those dogs with short hair like my two girls on the above picture. If your dog is shivering, and you are outside with her on a cold day, believe me, chances are that she is really cold, not just cold. A lot of dogs do not like to wear sweaters, like my Alex, but I make her wear it anyway because the minute we stop walking she shivers a lot. Take your dog for a walk, but make sure you outfit her properly during this time of the year.