Keep dogs safe during cold weather walks

While dogs have fur coats, they can still get too cold in the snow, frigid temperatures and severe storms.

(Welcome to the weekly pet column of Pet Connection Programs Inc. of Marilla, N.Y. A new article is posted each week, so be sure to check back on a regular basis!)

Make winter a wonderland for dogs by ensuring they’re safe when temperatures drop.

While dogs have fur coats, they can still get too cold in the snow, frigid temperatures and severe storms. Particularly at risk are dogs that are short-legged, older or sick, say the dog-walking experts at Wag! For winter dog safety tips and to find dog walkers in your area, visit wagwalking.com

This winter, take precautionary measures to keep dogs healthy and happy, no matter what the weather brings.
— StatePoint

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