The dog, named Omar, was on his own for the first time in his life on Wednesday.
“We are all very lucky to have him and he is doing fantastic,” said the owner, Sari Sari, when asked if the dog was in good health.
The dog’s owner, who was on the premises, was unaware of the dog’s condition.
“He is still breathing, he is very conscious,” Ms Sari said.
“I’m really happy.
He’s doing a fantastic job and doing well.”
A dog named Omar was in a stable condition after being on its owner’s property.
“Unbelieveable” moment for the dog on his or her own BBC Sport’s Sarah Houghton said the moment was “unbelievably cool”.
“It’s like being a part of his life and he’s doing so well,” she said.
Dog named Omar being treated at the dog park, by BBC Sport.
A dog owner in the US described how the dog looked like he was in the middle of the desert.
“It was like it was on a desert island.
It was like a little world out there,” she told The Associated Press.
“His feet were up on the ground and he was running around like a wild animal.”
Ms Sarsi said the dog, a four-year-old labrador mix, had a “very happy” look in his eyes and that he looked happy despite the cold.
“People say he looks like he’s in a trance and I don’t think that’s the case,” she added.
The owner of the dogs has since told local media that the dog is in good condition and “he looks very happy”.
The dog is named Omar.
A couple on their own: The owner, Sarah Sari.
“What I love about him is that he is just a normal dog,” Ms Houghmon said.
The family, who also owns two other dogs, has been able to keep up with the dog and keep him company for most of the day.
“You don’t really get to see that often,” she explained.
The owners have been on their way home after a two-week holiday to Australia when the dog showed signs of hypothermia.
The weather conditions were bad on Wednesday and the family was forced to abandon the dog.
“The dog is very cold, he’s extremely cold and his feet are on the floor,” Ms Krieger said.