A Simple Way to Keep Dogs Stay Safe in Snowy Weather

The lovely powder started falling early this morning, and by the time my dogs and I awoke from our luxuriousnine-hour hibernation, the streets and grassy...

 |  Jan 21st 2012  |   10 Contributions


The lovely powder started falling early this morning, and by the time my dogs and I awoke from our luxuriousnine-hour hibernation, the streets and grassy areas in our 'hood were concealed beneath a glistening white blanket.

Snow day, yay!

To ensure that all my dogs — but especially my sweet senior K9 Sheba - don't go slipping and falling, or burning their paw-pads on salty ice melter, I scattered paw-friendly, salt-freeMorton Safe-T-Pet on and around our building's stoop.

That's Sheba in the photo,supervising Operation Safe Stoopas only a Border Collie can.

Here's another way Morton is helping keep dogs safe this winter: Until the end of this month, Morton Salt will donate $1 to the ASPCA for every "Like" received on its Facebook page. Read more about the product here.

What are some simple ways you keep pets safe in snowy weather? Please share in the comments!

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