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As winter approaches, it is important to remember some of the dangers that colder weather presents to our pets. Pets are susceptible to hypothermia and frostbite when they are not adequately sheltered from the cold and should be kept indoors in colder temperatures.

Outdoor cats often seek shelter under the hood of cars and can be severely injured by fan belts and other engine parts, so please bang on the hood to scare them out before starting your car. Antifreeze can have a sweet taste, leading to potentially deadly ingestion by pets. Please keep all antifreeze out of the reach of your pets and dilute and cover any spills right away. Salt used to melt ice can be irritating to the paws and harmful if ingested, so wipe your pet’s paws clean after any exposure to salt, antifreeze or other chemicals.

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