(StatePoint) Make winter a wonderland for dogs by ensuring they’re safe when temperatures drop.
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While dogs have fur coats, they can still get too cold in the snow, frigid temperatures, and severe storms. Particularly at risk are dogs that are short-legged, older, or sick, say the dog-walking experts at Wag! For winter dog safety tips and to find dog walkers in your area, visit <a href="http://www.wagwalking.com" rel="nofollow">wagwalking.com</a>.
This winter, take precautionary measures to keep dogs healthy and happy, no matter what the weather brings.