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Protect Your Pets In the Winter!

Dr. Haines recently did an interview with CBC about how to keep your pets safe in cold temperatures.

Both cats and dogs can be easily affected by frigid temperatures. Check out her interview with CBC radio on the icy matter and help keep your pets safe and warm this winter.

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/programs/shift/protecting-pets-from-the-cold-1.4470402

Written by Lyndsay McShane, Office Manager/ Technician

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