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Protect your pets from cold weather

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By Paul Schmitt

 

With outside temperatures expected to be well below normal and freezing in the next week, veterinarians are reminding pet owners not to leave their four-legged friends outside too long.  Dr. Jordan Kobilca of Door County Veterinary Hospital and the Luxemburg Pet Clinic says when extremely cold temperatures arrive extra caution should be advised.

 

 

Dr. Kobilca also suggests checking your pet’s paws and stomach area to remove any ice, salt, and chemicals.  You can find cold weather pet safety tips for your dog with this story online.

 

https://www.avma.org/public/PetCare/Pages/Cold-weather-pet-safety.aspx

 

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