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Sep 22, 2022

Hey there everyone! Welcome to The Theory of Pets Podcast

I'm your host, Connor Knight. I am the President of our company Top Dog Tips. 

You can check us out at topdogtips.com

Today we are going to be talking about winter risks and what you need to know as a pet owner and how to be prepared for them!

  1. So winter is coming up and what are the most common problems you see from pet owners when winter comes around, and let’s say fall for some areas bc I know it gets pretty cold in certain parts of the country in fall
  2. I have a short haired dog, what is the coldest she would be able to go outside in?
    1. Do a lot of dog owners that live in cold places have short haired dogs?
      1. Is that dangerous for the dog
  3. What should I be putting on my dog if it is pretty cold outside to protect them
  4. How cold is too cold
    1. Long hair
    2. Double coat
    3. Short hair
  5. Let’s say we get snowed in for a few days and I cannot walk my dog except maybe taking them out
    1. How do i go about making sure they stay entertained and get good exercise physically and mentally
  6. If my pet is less physically active do I need adjust their calories?
  7. I live in the city and walk my dog on the sidewalks in the dead of Winter, what’s the right way to protect their paw pads? 
  8. Should I be putting on the funny dog clothing during winter?
    1. Is there actual practicality other than anthropomorphizing my dog?
  9. Let’s say its 10-15 degrees outside
    1. Both my dog and cat are outdoor animals, but obviously it isn’t safe. However I want them to get a little if any exposure outside
      1. How long can they be outside before it becomes risky
  10. Are there any viruses or pests people should be aware of during winter for their pet?
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