If you like to have fun in freezing temperatures and wet snow, your dog should too. In general, a dog that thrives in a snowy climate has a dense or multi-layered coat that insulates them from the elements, and furry paws to protect their pads. Often, northern dog breeds will have that good foundation. However, if your dog does not, there are modern ways to help him out through the winter such as: coats, booties, scarves, head bands, etc.... read about winter proofing your dog's paws
Dogs seem to love the extra attention from getting them 'geared up' for the snow. And a good rub-down after being out in the snow will warm your dog right up!
Cats should not be left out in the snow for very long, or at all, as they could get stuck or buried and be unable to make their way out of it. Your kitty will appreciate a nice warm fire!
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