Precautions needed for indoor and outdoor companions
By Robert Villanueva
Monday, January 10, 2011 at 6:00 am (Updated: January 10, 6:30 am)
As winter continues to bear down upon the region, area residents are finding many nights are fit for neither man nor beast.
That includes pets.
Taking care of your canine and feline companions during the winter can be critical to their health and safety, especially if they are outside pets.
“They can freeze just like us,” said Kristen Jones, veterinarian with Heartland Veterinary Hospital.
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