For many of us, the cold weather is reaching its peak this time of year. Time to pull down the sweaters, put on the gloves and get those shovels ready! Now is also the time to make sure your dog is prepared for the chilly days ahead. To help, DogWatch has put together a list of 5 cold weather safety tips for dog owners.
Winter Storm Jonas is set to hit the east coast of the U.S. this weekend, marking one of the first big storms of 2016. Dog owners, are you ready for the snow, ice, sleet and just plain COLD weather of winter? From ears to paws and from nose to tail, we’ve got you and your pup covered.
Spring is around the corner, but unfortunately, nobody told winter. The bitterly cold and very snowy winter of 2015 shows no signs of lessening it’s icy grip in many parts of the country. As a result, we interrupt our regularly scheduled blogging to bring you a list of cold weather-themed blog posts to help you prepare for and make the best of the rest of winter. Stay warm out there, and don’t worry, spring is indeed coming…one of these days!
At DogWatch HQ in Natick, Massachusetts, we are preparing for a major blizzard. In addition to stocking our fridges and getting our shovels ready, we are also preparing our pets for the storm. We’ve already covered cold weather safety tips and paw care on the blog. Today, we’ve collected some fun indoor games for your dog, to help him channel his pent-up energy and exercise his brain and body even when he’s snowed in. Ready, set, PLAY!