Please …. don’t forget about them!!

~~December 19, 2014~~

In many areas, winter is a season of bitter cold and numbing wetness. Make sure your four-footed family members stay safe and warm by following these simple guidelines:

Keep pets indoors and warm
The best prescription for winter’s woes is to keep your dog or cat inside with you and your family. The happiest dogs are those who are taken out frequently for walks and exercise but kept inside the rest of the time.

Don’t leave pets outdoors when the temperature drops. During walks, short-haired dogs may feel more comfortable wearing a sweater.

No matter what the temperature is, windchill can threaten a pet’s life. Pets are sensitive to severe cold and are at risk for frostbite and hypothermia during extreme cold snaps. Exposed skin on noses, ears and paw pads can quickly freeze and suffer permanent damage.

“As it appears in …. “


#PleaseTakeThemInside #ICold #IfYouAreCold #TheyAreCold #Winter #SeasonBitterCold #NumbingWetness #PetsIndoorsWarm #FrostbiteHypothermia #ExtremeColdSnaps

#WeAllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #hrexachwordpress


We ALL are ONE!! 


3 thoughts on “Please …. don’t forget about them!!

  1. I have two dachshunds, in the winter we do not even take them out for walks but we encourage them to play in the basement and you should see them running around. They go out, do thier business and come back in. Sometimes that is long enough for them to freeze their little paws. As long as it is -5 C and above they are ok for walks, any colder than that forget it.

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