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Keeping your pets safe out in the cold

By Clip Syndicate
As the lake effect warnings continue for parts of central New York, you might have a collection of hats, gloves, scarves ready for when the temperatures go down, but what are you doing for man's best friend? A few simple ideas can make strolls with your dog even better.

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As the lake effect warnings continue for parts of central New York, you might have a collection of hats, gloves, scarves ready for when the temperatures go down, but what are you doing for man's best friend? A few simple ideas can make strolls with your dog even better.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12446/6762382?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Sun, 29 Jan 2017 04:14:43 +0000 Keeping your pets safe out in the cold As the lake effect warnings continue for parts of central New York, you might have a collection of hats, gloves, scarves ready for when the temperatures go down, but what are you doing for man's best friend? A few simple ideas can make strolls with your dog even better. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12446/6762382?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WSYR ABC 9 Syracuse as the lake effect warnings continue for parts of central new york, you might have a collection of hats, gloves, scarves...anything you might need when the temperatures go down. but what are you doing for man's best friend? newschannel 9's olivia ugino has some tips to help you make sure family pets are ready too. olivia: nat: jingle of collar. while your pet may be more excited about those cold winter morning walks than you are...a few simple ideas can make those strolls even better. first, keep chemicals, like anti-freeze and salt off their paws. kerrin conklin: "if they're not cleaned off and the dog actually licks their paws, it can be fatal to them." kerrin conklin: "when you take your dog for a walk, it's very important to take a towel with you or when they come in from a long walk - is to take the towel and clean off their paws, wipe them off, because that salt can be very damaging to their paws and to their skin." olivia: you always see little dogs running around in coats during the winter, but the need for an extra layer of warmth has nothing to do with size. it's really about the length of dog's hair. kerrin conklin: if you have a short-haired dog, it's really important to think about getting them in a coat or a sweater that comes up high on their neck. olivia: and those extra couple of pounds we don't want in the winter, might actually be a good thing for your cat or dog. it takes more energy for pets to keep themselves warm in the winter months. kerrin conklin: it's a good idea to feed them a little extra so they have those extra calories built back up for what they burned off. olivia ugino: "one other thing to keep in mind, outdoor cats. they love to find warm places to sleep, like your car. so before you drive, give a light tap, just to be safe. olivia ugino, newschannel 9."





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