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There are some winter hazards to be aware of...

Anti freeze is extremely poisonous.
Unfortunately it has a sweet attractive taste to animals 
Clean up all spills thoroughly
Remember that neighbors may not be aware of this danger to your pet
                              

Salt from sidewalks, driveways and roads
can be caustic to your pets feet...

Use "doggy safe" ice melting products
available at your local pet store.

If it is necessary to walk on salty roads,
rinse your pet's feet well

     

 

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It is not foolish
to put a sweater on your dog...

  

Some dogs should wear a sweater
when they go out in the cold...

1. Young puppies, especially smaller breeds.

2. Small breeds of dogs especially those which
have short hair or  those who have a lean build

3. Canine Senior Citizens
older dogs often are not able to keep themselves
as warm as they did when they were younger

Be kind to your faithful companion


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When hiking in the woods during winter months,
be aware that your dog may try to swim in an
ice covered pond or stream. 

They may try to walk on ice covered water
or snow covered ice over water. 

If your dog falls through the ice it can be very dangerous.

Keep  your dog on his leash and keep him away
from dangerous waters...



Wait 'til the music comes around again
,
then sing along...

Walk'n In A Doggie Wonderland
>
Dogs tags ring, are you listening'?
In the lane, snow is glistening'.
It's yellow, NOT white - I've been there tonight,
Marking up my winter wonderland.
>
Smell that tree? That's my fragrance.
It's a sign for wand'ring vagrants;
"Avoid where I pee, it's MY property!
Marking up my winter wonderland."
>
In the meadow dad will built a snowman,
following the classical design.
Then I'll lift my leg and let it go Man,
So all the world will know that it is mine!
>
Straight from me to the fence post,
flows my naturally incense boast;
"Stay off of my TURF, this small piece of earth,
I mark it as my winter wonderland."

 


Winter fun for energetic dogs...

      


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