Video: Protect your pets from winter weather


KAREN CAMPBELL HAS MORE ON TIPS AND WARNING SIGNS WHEN IT COMES TO KEEPING YOUR PETS SAFE. KAREN: WINTER WEATHER CAN BE DANGEROUS OR DEADLY FOR PETS AND WORKERS AT THE SPCA WANTS TO REMIND OWNERS SIGNS TO LOOK OUT FOR AND HOW TO KEEP PETS SAFE. TINA WITH THE MARYLAND SPCA SAYS THE LESS TIMES PETS ARE OUTDOORS THE BETTER.>>THEY ARE COLD EVEN WHEN THEY HAVE FUR. LIMIT THE OUTDOOR EXPOSURE TO SHORT WALKS, AND KEEP THE LONG HIKES UNTIL WARMER WEATHER. KAREN: YOUNGER PETS AND OLDER PETS ARE MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO COLD WEATHER. BE MINDFUL OF OUTDOOR CATS.>>CATS TRYING TO FIND WARMTH UNDER CARS AND IN T TIRE WELLS. BANG ON THE HOOD OF YOUR CAR SO ANY PETS TRYING TO FIND WARMNESS WILL ESCAPE IN — INSTEAD OF GETTING INJURED. IF YOU HAVE PETS WITH ICE ACCUMULATING ON THEIR PAWS OR SALT, IT CAN BE VERY PAINFUL. PROTECT TH KARENEIR FEET. — PROTECT THEIR FEET. KAREN: WATCH OVER SHIVERING PETS. IF THEIR NOSE OR EARS ARE RED, THEY HAVE BEEN OUT FOR TOO LONG.>>IF THERE IS ANY DOUBT IF THEY ARE EXPERIENCING ANY PROBLEMS FROM THE COLDNESS, YOU MAY WANT TO CALL YOUR VET.

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