Some breeds of dog need a little extra care over winter due to their aversion to cold temperatures.Some breeds of dog need a little extra care over winter due to their aversion to cold temperatures.
Some breeds of dog need a little extra care over winter due to their aversion to cold temperatures.

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If you live in a cold country, or your idea of fun is a long winter walk through ice and snow, these are the breeds of dog that might not be best suited to your lifestyle.

A huge number of us have decided to welcome new puppies into our homes over the last few years โ€“ according to Kennel Club figures dog ownership have soared to record levels.

There are a whopping 221 different breeds of pedigree dog to choose from, alongside numerous crossbreeds, so thereโ€™s plenty of thinking to do before you select your familyโ€™s latest addition.

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Thereโ€™s even academic guidance to seek out, with Psychologist Stanley Corenโ€™s book โ€˜The Intelligence of Dogsโ€™ ranking breeds by instincts, obedience, and the ability to adapt.

One thing to take into consideration is that some dogs just donโ€™t get on well with cold weather.

These less hardy breeds will not thank you for long walks in snow and sub-zero temperatures โ€“ in fact it might be very bad for their health โ€“ and might benefit from wearing a jacket to pop out for a winter walk.

Here are the 10 breeds of dog that struggle in cold conditions.

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