Picture of the editor’s dog, Wilson, enjoying the warmth of the inside. (Photo by Jessica Lindsey, SDN)

Nowadays, a lot of pets live inside and have their own beds or even their own spot on the couch, so they are not braving the elements like some pets.

With the freezing temperatures hitting the area and wintry precipitation expected, dogs and cats are still susceptible to hypothermia and frostbite especially in below freezing temperatures when they are not used to them.

For more details, pick up a copy of the Sunday, Feb, 14 edition of SDN. 

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