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Winter Pet Safety: Top 7 Tips
When it’s cold and snowy outside, you may be tempted to leave your dog indoors where you know he’ll be safe from the tempestuous winter weather when you’re away from home. But it’s important that your dog has access to the outdoors to answer nature’s call when necessary. Having to ‘hold it’ can cause urinary tract and digestive issues that can result in much discomfort for your dog and extensive veterinarian bills for you.
Your parked car can be a freezer – trapping the cold air inside. It can be just as dangerous to leave your pet in your unattended car in the winter as in the hot months.
Just as you like a warm comfortable place to sleep, so does your cat or dog. Provide a bed – off the floor if possible – in an area away from drafts. A blanket can help trap your pet’s body heat, so she gets a good night’s sleep for optimal health and wellness.
All medications, antifreeze (just a few licks can cause death), rodent baits and poisons, and some houseplants can make your pets sick. Use only pet-friendly ice melting products that won’t irritate your pets when they lick their paws and stomachs.
Let your dog’s coat grow longer for the winter months. If your dog has a short coat, get him a coat or sweater that covers him from the base of his head to his tail and around his belly. If your pet gets too cold and shows signs of hypothermia: disoriented, shivering, lethargic or hair standing on end, get her to the vet immediately. Frostbite can affect the tips of the ears, extremities and reproductive organs turning the skin bright red, pale or black.
Chewing on heating pads wires can cause electrocution or shock. Heating pads’ iron oxide pads can cause poisoning. Portable heaters can be both a shock and fire hazard, so don’t leave your pet unattended with one in the room.
Feral cats and wildlife seek the warmth of vehicle engines. Give them a chance to escape by knocking on the hood before starting your car or truck.
Keep yourself and your best friends safe this winter season.
Learn about a special organization dedicated to helping improve the health and welfare of animals around the globe.
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A very special group helps pets and disabled veterans. Read more about their efforts.
Typically older dogs have a lower chance of being adopted because of their age. Learn about what one special group is doing to help them out.
Learn about what Hale Pet Door decided to do to help those in need during this holiday season.
Learn a little more about our featured rescue rewards partner, Oregon Dog Rescue.
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Celebrate with us as we reach 1000 participating rescues.
Read about a unique, award winning pet rescue who works to prevent cruelty to dogs.
Senior dogs need loving homes too. Learn about how this rescue helps.
This special pet rescue organization specifically helps senior cats and dogs.
Find out how Hale Pet Door is helping both the people and animal victims of the Waldo Canyon Fire in Colorado Springs and what you can do to help!
Mile High Dog Doors is again available for all your pet door needs.
Read all about a special rescue just for kitties.
Welcome to a new installer in the Denver, Aspen, Vail area.
One of our Denver area dealers has changed hands. Read about our newest addition to the Hale family.
After taking a month off, our rescue rewards group of the week feature is back. Learn about how big hearts help big dogs.
All active and retired military and their families are eligible for a special discount.
Learn about how an all volunteer group funded entirely by private donations is making a difference for dogs in Southern California
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Join Eddie as he celebrates 10 years of installing dog doors in Las Vegas.
Learn about the most overbred dog species in New Mexico and what one rescue group is doing to help.
Read about a special group that helps pets of homeless people.
Find out how a breast cancer diagnosis turned into a pet rescue that has benefited over 750 dogs.
This Chicagoland rescue is helping feral and stray cats have a chance at a better life.
Learn about who is building the first "green" no kill shelter in Arizona.
Donations given to our Rescue Rewards Partners tops $30,000 for 2011.
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Welcome to Doggy Dog World Rescue as our 800th partner!
Meet two dogs waiting for their forever homes.
Mile High Dog Doors is under new ownership.
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This holiday season don't forgot those less fortunate. See what Pet Angel Welfare Supply does to help.
Hale Pet Door proudly welcomes a new dealer into the family.
Meet Gemini Rottweiler and Pitbull Rescue in Minnesota
Hale Pet Door is proud of our Rescue Rewards program and we want to thank our partners. We are starting a new weekly feature to honor some of them.
Find out what types of plants can be dangerous to your pet during this time of year and year round.
Find out other ways you can help animals in need.
Hale Pet Door proudly supports Pet Rescue. Read how you can help during this special month.
Starboard is a better solution.
We sadly announce the death of our coworker, Tom Baker.
100 more rescue partners in just four months.
New puppy mill law signed in Texas
Thousands of kittens and cats are living in shelters right now. Adopt one this month.
They brighten our lives. Let's be sure we brighten theirs.
Read about our newest Rescue Rewards Partner and how the program continues to grow.
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This week is National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day. What can you do to make sure both you and your animals are ready for a disaster?
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Read about what selfless humans are doing to rescue helpless canines.
More exciting news from the Rescue Rewards program.
Find out how you can help the people and animals suffering in Japan.
See what PetFinder is doing to help adoptable pets.
Find out how Hale's mascot celebrates Valentine's Day.
Show your furry friends you love them during this month of love.
A record amount and a record number of rescues. Read on for details.
The Rescue Rewards program is booming! Read more about how you can participate.
Find out who won and how we picked the winner.
Holiday hours posted.
Hale is having a drawing for all our pet rescues. Find out how to participate.
Senior Pet Adoptions - Find out five reasons why senior pets may be the best choice for your newest family member.
Visit our Pet Rescue Page to see who benefited.
Welcome the newest member of our Hale Pet Door team!
Don't shop, adopt!
The National Canine Cancer Foundation is having a Donation and Pet Supplies Drive. Find out how to participate.
Plan ahead now to participate in this nationwide adoption event.
Bring home a new friend tonight!
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What to feed your dog when you can't resist those pleading eyes
Read about our 400th pet rescue participating group.
See who the winner was and the winning puppy names.
Read about the lastest cute additions to our family and join in a fun contest. You could win an Amazon gift card.
Animal Shelters Evacuated by Forest Fires - How You Can Help
Read our newest article to get ready for summer.
Can you provide a forever home for a homeless cat this month?
Read more about how the Rescue Rewards program continues to blossom.
Find out how you and your favorite pooch can help clean up the Gulf oil spill
Congratulations to our Glendale, Arizona franchise for their award.
Rescue Rewards is one of our most popular and beneficial programs helping people, their pets, and humane societies and rescue organizations across the country. Read more to see how successful it is.
Our quarterly newsletter has been posted.
Read about the exciting work one of our Rescue Rewards Partners is doing to save animals
Warm weather is coming. Take steps now to prevent this possibly fatal disease.
Just in time for spring: Advice from the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center.
Hale Pet Door recently accepted a new Rescue Rewards partner, whose mission is different from that of our other rescue friends. We encourage you to learn more about the National Canine Cancer Foundation.
Broadcast Feb. 15 and 16 on the USA Network: the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
An update from the ASPCA, which is assisting with animal relief efforts following the devastating Jan. 12th earthquake.
Zachary Tripp joins the Hale team.
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Rescued Chihuahuas from California Find Homes in Colorado
We mourn the passing of our friend Glenn Marshment.
HSPD Manufacturing announces schedule change for holiday closing.
Check out what's happening at Hale.
Holiday Hours announced. Happy Holidays!
Hale Pet Door gets a new website with easy online ordering and updated content.
American Humane awarded a Red Star Emergency Grant to an Arizona shelter after high winds ripped off the roof of a dog kennel, exposing the animals to a brutal storm
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Gracie - Arcadia, California
Gracie was adopted from LoveBugs Rescue in California by Marcia who is from Arcadia, Calif.
From Marcia: Gracie was held in a shelter for 19 days before Love Bugs rescued her. One week later Gracie gave birth to 5 puppies. The "shelter" didn't even notice she was pregnant. When I met Gracie all her pups had new homes, but not Gracie. I loved her from the first minute and knew she was going to be my "best girl."
That was 17 months ago and the whole family is madly in love with her.
Everyone should think adoption first. The world is full of precious animals who want a family to love.
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