Snowed in: Indoor Considerations for Dogs in the Winter

We are no strangers to snowy winters here in Ontario, and neither are our dogs. While there is nothing wrong with letting your pooch out in the yard or taking a wintry walk together, sometimes it’s simply too cold or snowy (or both) to be outdoors safely.

If you find yourself snowed in with your dog this winter, never fear. Your friends at Summeridge Animal Clinic have put together a “survival guide” to caring for dogs in the winter, all while keeping your sanity in check!


A Bad Case of the Brrr’s: Winter Pet Safety Tips to Rely On

Beautiful red cat in a knitted sweater outdoorsLiving between two massive lakes has obvious benefits, but the long range winter forecast can cast a long, looming shadow. Indeed, our geography lends itself to negative temperatures, short grey days, and chilling precipitation. Many of us have learned tough lessons about seasonal dangers and now heed warnings or acquire the right gear. However, we often forget to extend our prep work to the animals in our community. In response, we offer the following winter pet safety tips for you and your pet.


Summer Safety Tips for Your Pet



Summer CatMost of us are happy that the warmer weather has finally arrived after such a cold long winter.  Most of our pets are also happy to finally get out in the great outdoors and explore with their owners the glories of summer.