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Furry Friends and Freezing Temps

As the chilly winds and freezing temperatures set in, it’s crucial for pet owners to take extra precautions to ensure the well-being of their beloved animals. Here are some simple yet effective tips to keep your pets warm and protected during the winter months.

When is it too cold for your pet? How to protect furry friends as  temperatures fall | WNWO

  1. Provide Adequate Shelter: Make sure your pets have a warm and dry shelter to retreat to. This could be a cozy indoor space or an insulated outdoor shelter with proper bedding.
  2. Bundle Up: Invest in pet-friendly winter gear, such as sweaters or jackets, to keep your furry friends warm during walks or outdoor activities. Check out our boutique for clothing and boots to keep your pets warm!
  3. Limit Outdoor Exposure: Minimize the time your pets spend outdoors in extreme cold. Shorten walks and playtime to prevent overexposure to harsh weather conditions.
  4. Check Paw Health: Cold pavements and icy surfaces can be tough on your pet’s paws. Regularly check for signs of cracking or irritation and use pet-safe paw balm.
  5. Balanced Nutrition: Adjust your pet’s diet to accommodate their energy needs during colder months. Consult your vet for advice on the appropriate nutrition for winter.
  6. Hydration is Key: Ensure your pets have access to fresh and unfrozen water at all times. Dehydration can occur in winter, just as in summer.
  7. Watch for Signs of Hypothermia: Be vigilant for symptoms like shivering, lethargy, and disorientation. If you notice any, seek immediate veterinary attention. For more information on Hypothermia is dogs, click here!
  8. Grooming Matters: Maintain your pet’s coat with regular grooming. A clean and well-brushed coat provides better insulation against the cold. Call now to book your pets appointment with us! (303) 393-1900

By incorporating these tips into your winter routine, you’ll be well-equipped to protect your pets from the challenges of freezing temperatures. Remember, a little extra care goes a long way in ensuring the health and happiness of your furry companions during the winter season.

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