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News & Views February 2015 Issue

Baby, It’s Cold Outside!

Your dog feels the frigid temperatures, too.

Dogs, just like people, can become uncomfortably cold in the dead of winter. Sometimes you can tell ó they shiver just like we do, an action used to generate heat. Or they whine or appear anxious and perhaps look for a warm place to burrow. But sometimes there are no outward signs. A lot of dogs are stoic. With that in mind:

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