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Posted on 12-01-2017
Now is a great time to start thinking about how you can prepare to keep your dog, cat, puppy or kitten safe and snug this coming winter in Clifton. Our Valley Animal Hospital veterinary team cares about your pet's health, well-being and happiness each day, especially when the New Jersey temperatures plummet in the winter. Your veterinarians in Clifton NJ, Dr. Henderson, and Dr. Thompson consider climate preparation—cold, hot or otherwise—is an essential wellness service that shows our pet owners that we love and care for each pet that bounds through our doors.
Make no mistake that your pet feels cold, but you can certainly take many precautions to keep them safe and comfortable all winter, no matter how far below zero the temperatures dip. Try some of the following wellness, care and treatment tips from our vet team to keep your beloved pet warm, cozy, dry and safe this winter.
Do you think these tips apply to your pet's safety this winter, or do you need additional ideas? Contact us to see what else we can recommend for patients in the Clifton, Montclair, and Nutley areas. You can reach us by calling (973) 509-5225. We look forward to meeting with you!
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