This time of year can wreak havoc on your dog’s paws, and special care is needed to ensure that your furry friend stays safe during these frigid winter months. Cold weather and frozen surfaces can cause painful frostbite on their paw pads. Snow and ice can also cut their delicate paw skin, giving them tiny injuries that turn every step into a painful one. Add the salt and toxic chemicals that the city pours on its sidewalks and streets, and your dogs also risks chemical burns or intoxication. By using a few of the simple tips above, you can keep your pup’s feet happy and healthy, as you both count down the days until springtime!
How to Care For Your Dog’s Paws In The Winter
Sade Bezjak-Crossan 2018-01-30T20:50:45+00:00