One of my Maltese, Shorty (the crazy one), was going out yesterday. He was up by the door so I couldn't reach his hook. I pushed him down and realized his tongue had been stuck to the metal storm door. When he came in, all he wanted to do was lick the floor. I had blood all over the floor until I finally picked him up and just held him for a while. I don't know what I should have done. Never heard of a dog doing it before.
Our youngest pug doesn't like this weather either. He will go out, well, we carry him out, and he will do one business, then look at us to let him in. We tried the boots, but he tries to keep all his feet off the ground at the same time, and when we put him outside, he wouldn't move.
2Cute - let shorty drink water, it should be OK. Keep an eye on the tongue to make sure it is improving.
When it got really cold out my Dixie Star (a petite Rottie) would bound out side and realize how cold it was, look back at me, I would bend my knees (body language for pee) and she would. By then, she acclimated and she would run off to play. All I know for sure is I am glad I don't have to go outside to take care of business - it's frigging cold out there!
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