Don’t stay outside when the temperature drops. You can be sensitive to severe cold and risk of hypothermia and frostbite.
Have your humans wipe your paws with a damp towel to clean off salt and other ice-melting chemicals.
Avoid antifreeze, like holiday punch, its aroma is pleasing, its flavor sweet. But antifreeze aftertaste is awful AND DEADLY! It only take a few tablespoons of ethylene glycol – a toxic ingredient in most brands of antifreeze – to seriously jeopardize your health.
Don’t hang around driveways, garages or alleys where you could stumble upon some “freeze.”
Ask for more food; keeping warm depletes energy.
Little creatures and cats: Avoid those inviting, warm engines in parked cars, and don’t crawl up under the hood. In case temptation strikes, ask the guests to bang on their car’s hood to scare you away before starting the engine.
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