It’s important to remember your pets’ needs during this week’s below-freezing, single-digit temperatures. (Brrr!) The following tips are from a Colorado Dept. of Agriculture media release:
The CDA also warns that pets are also susceptible to hypothermia, so be watchful for signs including shivering, listlessness, and body temperature below 97 degrees, followed by collapse and coma. If your pet shows signs of hypothermia, see a vet immediately.
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