We’ve all seen the videos of people sitting in cars on hot days to show just how bad it gets inside for dogs and to try and inspire change for their well-being.
All things considered, similarly as awful all things considered to leave a puppy in a sweltering vehicle on a late spring day, it’s similarly as awful to abandon them outside amid cool spells. Indeed, even with a pooch house.Dr. Ernie Ward embarks to demonstrate exactly how cool it gets in a pooch house during the evening.
He’s a firm adherent that on the off chance that this video can spare the life of one creature, it was justified, despite all the trouble for him to expose himself to the experiment. Only a half hour in at 25 degrees Fahrenheit, he’s now encountering bits of shuddering.And above his head on the ceiling of the dog house he notices ice crystals are forming.
An hour in he says, “At this level, for a prolonged exposure, no dog is biologically adapted to handle this.”After four hours in the dog house it’s down to 15 degrees Fahrenheit, and Dr. Ward’s hands are completely numb and he’s experiencing a lot of uncontrolled shivering. I think he says it best with this line: “Our responsibility is to provide the best quality of life for the animals we love and cherish — and this ain’t it!”