6 Things You Can Do To Protect Your Pets From The Cold

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With several inches of snow, freezing temperatures, and high winds all predicted for the next several days, don't forget about our four-legged (and feathered) friends.

They may have fur coats, but they are still vulnerable to frostbite and exposure, according to PETA. They can also become dehydrated when their water sources freeze.

Cold weather is especially dangerous for backyard dogs, who PETA says often go without adequate food, water, shelter, or veterinary care, as well as wildlife.