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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...


 

Why Dogs Love Snow And What You Can Do To Keep Them Safe?

Let’s find out: So, What Is It That They Love? Here are some reasons why dogs get excited around snow: – It’s A Fun Activity If you love snow then...


 

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...


 

Winter Safety Tips For Pets

If you have a cat that loves to stretch out under the sun or a dog that spends most of its time out in the backyard, then the arrival of...


 

3 Perfect Gifts for Pet Owners

Choosing a present for a friend who is a pet owner can be a tedious job, especially when you have a list of options to choose from. This is why...


 

My Pet Safe Ice Melt Solutions During Heavy Snowfall This Winter In Iowa

According to Farmer’s Almanac, this winter temperature will be much above normal, on average in Iowa. Snowfall is predicted to be below normal in most areas, with the snowiest periods...


 

Top 5 Ways To Avoid Pet Injuries This Winter

The Winter season can be hard on us and our pets too. Howling winds, drifting snow, and freezing rain can be scary not just for us but for our pets...


 

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...