January 6 | Hmmm...No Comments Yet
It’s Sunday Silliness time again thanks to the folks at The Good Dogma Company.
You know this happens at your house, too.
Urgent: Extreme cold kills outside tethered dogs and cats, especially those animals without heavy coats, the malnourished, the very young and the elderly. Tethered animals in southern regions are at higher risk for hypothermia because they have not grown heavier coats over time like they would have in cooler climates. Watch for animals that don't have adequate shelter; speak with owners or call the authorities immediately.