It’s stormy out there! While we’re wrapping up to keep warm and dry during our daily exercise and dog walks, we need to think about keeping our pets comfortable and healthy too.
You may ask, why is this an issue when they already have a coat on?
A warm coat of hair or fur (dogs have hair, cats and bunnies have fur) works to protect animals in the wild but may not be enough for our pets. Here’s why:
What else do I need to know?
Common winter hazards
While some winter hazards are easy to spot, others can be hidden but equally dangerous. Knowing what to look out for could save you a trip to the vets this winter!
If it is cold for us, it’s cold for them too! But if you keep an eye out for hazards during and after walks, and check your home-based pets daily, you should be able to keep them safe and warm, whatever weather the winter throws at us.
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