Keep your pets safe this winter

Finn, a friendly Cocker Spaniel/Maltese mix, is content to stay warm indoors during the winter months. When he goes out, he’s kept as warm and dry as possible until safely back inside. Photo by Whitney Joseph

MILLERTON— During the winter months, it’s easy to envy pets the luxurious fur coat that surely keeps them warm. But according to Carolyn Cannon, DVM, of the Millerton Veterinary Practice, animals don’t adapt better than humans to bitter cold weather, “they just don’t complain as much.” 

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