With frigid temperatures, Gerald Hohfeld with P.E.T.S Low Cost Spay and Neuter wants you to remember our 4 legged friends.
“You can feel what it feels like out here,” said Hohfeld. “Imagine what it feels like at 2:00 in the morning.”
He said making sure your pets are safe and well taken care of is important for their survival.
“One of the things they need this time of the year is shelter,” said Hohfeld. you can only imagine being outside all night long and only having the grass to sleep on.”
One way you can do that is by bringing your dog or cat inside when temperatures drop to below freezing. If that is not an option, be sure to give them proper shelter like a dog or cat house.
P.E.T.S. wants to help.
“For years pets low cost spay and neuter clinic has provided dog houses and feral cat houses,” said Hohfeld. “We are now able to make our dog houses out of these 55-gallon plastic drums that they have in Windthorst and Scotland. It allows us to make an unlimited supply of dog houses.”
If you have a dog or cat house, make sure they are insulated.
Straw is the best tool to stay warm and dry.
Another tip is to make sure to bundle up your pet when going outside.
The International Bobsled and Skeleton Federation says it isn't commenting yet on an alleged anti-doping rule violation by Russian women's bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva.
Afghan official says at least three security personnel have been killed in separate suicide bombing attacks in southern Helmand province.
AGs of Maryland, DC expand emoluments lawsuit against Trump, suing him not only as president but in his personal capacity as a businessman.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has filed additional criminal charges against President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman and his business associate.
Nanette Fabray, the vivacious, award-winning star of Broadway musicals, films and TV shows, has died at age 97.