As temperatures drop and the rain, sleet, and snow build, it is time to prepare your pets for winter. Make sure your pets have warm and dry shelter available, especially at night when temperatures can be bitterly cold. Make sure they have fresh water available. If dishes are left outside, water can easily turn to ice. If you are taking your pets on walks, make sure their feet and fur stay dry if temperatures are near freezing. And when you are winter proofing your items, keep these things in mind… If you are changing antifreeze in your car, wipe up any spills as it is very toxic to pets. Salting your driveway or walkway may be a necessity, but rock salt is damaging to pet’s paws. Treat your pets like the family members they are. For generations we have domesticated animals; and your pets should not be considered wild animals that can fend for themselves.
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