Pets feel the brrrrrr, too

Kristen Logan, of the Auglaize County Humane Society, holds Buddy, a three-year-old Chihuahua, a breed that probably wouldn't enjoy the cold very much.
By: 
JOHN HAMILTON
Staff Writer

More snow and extremely bitter winds are becoming a threat, so much so that the Wapakoneta Police Department posted a Wind Chill Advisory on the Facebook page.

Of course people aren’t the only ones who suffer from the cold. Many people have heard the expression “if you’re cold, they’re cold,” which of course is talking about the pets.

“Just like humans (your pets) can get frostbite,” said Deb Logan, manager of the Auglaize County Humane Society. “They can get it on their ears and various other spots, so it's really important to bring them from the cold.”

See Tuesday's print edition for the full story.

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