Takeyourpet Preview News January 2015Your exclusive free monthly newsletter with pet friendly lodging, tips, and discounts.
Here's what's new for this month...
Winter Pet Safety
Pet Friendly Hotel Chains
Featured Pet-Friendly properties
We hope you liike our first issue of 2015! In this issue, in addition to letting you know about important winter pet safety tips, we have the second part in our popular series of pet-friendly hotel chains.
We'll run the final part in next month's issue.
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Your pet will stay snug and warm with our handy recommendations.
The old and the young are particularly sensitive to the cold and more likely to suffer in extreme temperatures. Pay close attention to kittens, puppies, and older cats and dogs in the cold weather and react promptly if you sense discomfort.
Proper nourishment helps a pet endure the vicissitudes of winter. Pets who spend a lot of time outdoors may need to eat more than they do in other seasons because they are expending more energy coping with the cold.