Join Date: May 2014
Location: Cochrane, Alberta, Canada
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I live in a cold climate and have never heard of this, but if it has happened twice I don't think I would be letting the pup out in the cold for any length of time. Little pups lose body heat very quickly just as they overheat very quickly. They have small lungs too and frigid temps being breathed into little lungs can be dangerous. It is better to be safe than sorry, even if you have no definite answers. It may be coincidence, but don't risk it.