Cold-weather tips to keep pets safe this season

01/6/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Veterinarian Susan Nelson, a clinical associate professor at Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, offers tips for keeping pets safe in cold weather, such as letting them gradually get used to the cold. Dr. Nelson says smaller, less furry dogs such as Chihuahuas have a lower tolerance for cold than larger, well-insulated breeds such as huskies. Coats, boots and other winter gear designed for pets may help keep them warm but can also pose some hazards if not properly used and monitored, she adds.

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