I’m reporting (well, kind of…) from the wind, snow, and cold to deliver this important message.
Some dogs relish that frigid weather, but many don’t. And even for the dogs who love it, they’re dogs; don’t always depend on them to stop playing or return into the house on their own. Dogs can get frostbite.
Even the toughest winter dogs—unless they’re wearing booties—suffer when they have to walk on stinging street salt compared to far friendlier pet-safe products, like Safe Step Sure Paws.
It’s better for the environment, your dogs, and your human family members.
When it’s below freezing, small dogs and sighthounds (like Greyhounds and Whippets) should wear extra protection, like coats and booties.
Keep warm, and keep your dog comfortable, too.