With the cold weather continuing, it’s important to make sure that you are taking care of your furry friends!
Just like humans, dogs and cats can get frostbite or hypothermia, so it’s important to limit their time outside when the wind chill gets dangerously low.
**PROTECT YOUR PETS** Did you know that dogs & cats can also get frostbite? Meteorologist @GarofaloWX has some important reminders for you during this brutal cold! MORE -> https://t.co/R622CaF2cG #DangerousCold #windchill #protectyourpets #dogs #cats pic.twitter.com/meZa1hPSdp
— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) January 30, 2019
Here’s a great checklist from the American Veterinary Medical Foundation on ways you can prepare ahead of cold weather events and during to keep your best friends safe!
Pets should NEVER be left outside without shelter or food, and you could face criminal charges for doing so!
For WeatherNation, I’m Meteorologist Meredith Garofalo