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3 Month Old Puppy Won't Come Inside When It's Below Freezing


NovaSnowflake
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Hello Husky Friends!

 

My puppy, Nova, is 3 months old. Where we live right now is about 20 degrees with lots of wind. We set up a doggie door for her to go onto our back deck & we also set up a nice kennel for her to snuggle into.

 

Right now, she is out there but not even inside the kennel, she is just on top of a towel by the doggie door curled up in a ball. Every time I drag her butt inside she goes right back out!

 

She is a "Wooly" and it's not wet outside so there should be no issue there. But I am afraid it's too cold for her. 

 

My question is: IS IT TOO COLD FOR A 3 MONTH OLD HUSKY TO SLEEP OUTSIDE IN 20 DEGREE FARENHEIGHT? WHEN IS IT "TOO COLD" FOR HER?

 

She does randomly come and lay inside but she is insisting on being outside right now and i'm worried!

 

-Thanks a bunch for those of you who answer

 

<3

 

new husky mommy

 

Mel

 

*photo attached because she is a BEAUTY.

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