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erienewsnow.com 10 Jan, 2022 19:00 am

Freezing Conditions: What Does This Mean for Pet Owners? - Erie News Now

Freezing Conditions: What Does This Mean for Pet Owners? - Erie News Now
The Erie Humane Society is reminding us all to keep pets indoors, especially on frigid days.

Keep your cats inside and only allow your dogs outside a few minutes at a time, as they can quickly suffer from frostbite and can freeze to death in such cold conditions.The Erie Humane society says if your dog is outside for more than a few minutes in these cold, snowy conditions, they must have access to an adequate, insulated dog house with straw packed inside and a flap on the dog house door.PA tethering laws prohibit a dog from being chained outside for more than 30 minutes when temperatures are below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.Monday, January 10th 2022, 10:41 AM EST Updated: Monday, January 10th 2022, 10:42 AM EST Ryan Dawley The Erie Humane Society is reminding us all to keep pets indoors, especially on frigid days.

It is best the shelter face east, away from the oncoming weather.It is best the shelter face east, away from the oncoming weather.

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