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Cold Weather Checklist

By December 6, 2013

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Oola Snow Sit  Laertes on FlickrA cold front has settled on many areas, plunging the daytime temperatures from "comfortable" to "frigid arctic blast." Pets need special consideration in winter climates - both to handle the cold (indoors is best for many pets) and to handle cold-weather events, such as sidewalks that have deicer on them.

Learn More: Winter weather healthy pet tips

Photo: Oola Snow Sit Laertes on Flickr


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December 31, 2007 at 12:38 pm
(1) Genevieve Frederick says:

Cold weather is especially hard on pets of the homeless. Many live on the streets and suffer along side their guardians. The Feeding Pets of the Homeless organziation is now non-profit and we hope your viewers will show compassion for these pets by taking some pet food to one of the members, listed on the website, so the pet food can be distributed at a local food bank.
May your life be full of peace, love and prosperity,
Genevieve

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