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Pet Safe Ice Melt Available In New York: A Comparison

In early February, the first major winter storm of 2021 hit New York City and parts of the mid-Atlantic and Northeast. The severe storm impacted transportation and other essential activities. ...


 

12 Helpful Tips For Melting Snow Around Pets In Kansas City

Farmer’s Almanac’s forecast has divided the U.S. into seven zones for its weather forecasts. Missouri falls under the fourth zone, along with states like Colorado, Montana, and Minnesota. The winter...


 

Top‌ ‌Winter‌ ‌Dog‌ ‌Safety‌ ‌Tips:‌ ‌Frequently‌ ‌Asked Questions ‌Part‌ ‌II‌

Welcome to the second part of our winter dog safety guide. In this article, we’ll answer some more frequently asked questions related to winter dog safety. Make sure to pay...


 

Winter Safety For Your Newly Adopted Dog

Congratulations! You’ve got a new friend and you want to do your best to ensure your furry pal remains safe no matter how cold it is.  While some dogs are...


 

Washington, Looking For Pet Safe Ice Melting Solutions Near You?

For Washington, the Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts that ‘winter temperatures and precipitation will be close to normal, on average, with below-normal snowfall. The coldest periods will occur in mid-January and...


 

Celebrate A Pet Safe New Year This Winter

Pet Safe Ice Melt Here are a few suggestions for you to celebrate a pet-safe new year this winter: 1. Avoid Hazardous Substances The edibles containing alcohol and alcoholic drinks...


 

Having A Pet-Safe Holiday Season?

The new year is here, accompanied by a bundle of exciting activities like shopping, entertaining, family gatherings, cooking, and so on. This year add one more activity to your fun...


 

Houghton Weather: How Much Snow To Expect This Winter

In Houghton, in December, snow falls for 19.7 days, with typically accumulated 56.1″ (1424.9mm) of snow. The Farmers’ Almanac has predicted that Great Lakes and Midwest, westward through the Northern...


 

My Pet Safe Ice Melt Solutions During Heavy Snowfall This Winter in Denver

As of Nov 6, the snowpack across the state was 43% below the median. However, it is about to change. Currently, we are in the La Nina phase, and it...