[12/16/16] If It’s Too Cold Outside For You– It’s Too Cold Outside For Your Cats And Dogs

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As seasons change- so does the potential hazards to your pets.

And, winter is no exception. The colder weather and snow means those with pets must also be mindful of their well being- taking precautions to assure their comfort and safety.

Dawn Davies, Executive Director for the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society shares some tips for pet owners…

1201616 Winter Pet Safety 1 1:23 “…and it freezes.”

And, Davies says, don’t forget about keeping water available…

121616 Winter Pet Safety 2 :32 “…provides some insulation.”

Davies invites you to check out more tips and tricks to keeping your pets safe and comfortable from the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society…

121616 Winter Pet Safety 3 :22 “…people who love them.”

Again, that website is:

WENTACHEE HUMANE. ORG