But the reality is, just like us humans, your canine buddy is susceptible to a range of illnesses brought on by exposure to Chicagoland’s Winter weather. Among these are hypothermia, frostbite, a cold, and kennel cough. The obvious answer is to make your sure that your four-legged kid is not exposed to the harsh elements any more than they need to be.
What are the symptoms of a canine cold?
1. Coughing, but know the difference between a cold and kennel cough.
2. A runny nose…not just a normal wet nose.
4. Watery eyes.
At Critter Sitters we understand that the health of your dog is nearly the same as to the health of your two-legged children. We take extra care when we walk your canine in winter. Far western suburban Chicagoland can get bitter cold this time of year and we are always aware of that. Please call me, Sandy Hafenbrack at Critter Sitters serving Aurora, Sugar Grove, Elburn and the surrounding area at (630) 844-9554.
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