Dog frostbite is a serious problem, particularly for those who reside in colder regions.
The reason behind this is that your dog's blood vessels begin
to constrict in order to keep blood closer to their vital organs and maintain a constant body temperature.
Their paws, ears, and tails will receive less blood as a result.
When it's freezing outside, your dog is more likely to acquire frostbite on his paws since they touch the snow the most.
If his paws get wet, the condition can progress rapidly.
If the weather is chilly and windy, it might just take a few minutes.