Ensure your pet has a warm and dry shelter, well-insulated against the cold. It's their cozy retreat from harsh winter conditions.
Consider pet-appropriate clothing to keep them warm during outdoor walks. Choose jackets or sweaters for added comfort.
Adjust your pet's diet for the winter season. Consult your vet for advice on maintaining a healthy weight and providing the right nutrients.
Keep fresh water available at all times. Hydration is essential, even in cold weather, and helps regulate body temperature.
Limit outdoor exposure during extreme cold. Shorten walks and playtime to prevent frostbite or hypothermia.
Invest in booties or use pet-safe paw wax to protect your furry friend's paws from ice, snow, and harmful chemicals on sidewalks.
Dry your pet thoroughly after outdoor activities to prevent chills. Regular grooming ensures a clean, healthy coat that traps warmth.