No dog, not even an Arctic sled dog with very thick fur, can withstand a long amount of time outside during the winter. They may still feel chilly and even get frostbite and hypothermia from the cold weather. Today, we’ll show you how to keep an outside dog warm in the winter. You’ll learn that they still get cold because their ears get exposed, their paws are in direct with the cold ground, and their nose sticks out there in the wind. We also discuss how to dress your outside dog warmly and our top recommended heated beds for dogs!