Just ask Fido and Fluffy, its getting cold. Your pets know it’s getting colder. At our house,my golden retriever Junior nowlikes to find sunny spots to curl up and dream of his rubber duckie and swimming at summer camp.
( I think he also wants a Latte, and a new Stephen King book to read, but that’s another blog post)
Here inTexas ,we think about keeping our pets safe in the Texas heat , but cold weather can also be a risk to our best friends.
Here are some tips for winter weather for your pets:
1) Keep pets inside.
Keep your pets inside during cold weather. While some breeds are more suited for cold weather, dogs and cats should not be left outside in below freezing weather for long periods. Rearrange sleeping areas for cozy warmth and provide additional blankets if necessary.
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