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San Antonio Humane Society
4804 Fredericksburg Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78229
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It’s Cold Out Tonight!
San Antonio Humane Society Provides Tips to Keep Your Pets Warm
When temperatures reach freezing, the San Antonio Humane Society would like to offer tips to pet owners, so they may keep their companions warm and cozy during this time.
If possible, dogs and cats should be kept inside the house. If bringing in an animal that is usually outside, set up an area in the laundry room, bathroom, or carrier to keep him from getting into mischief.
Supply blankets or hay in the doghouse, for animals that must be kept outdoors. Raise the doghouse onto bricks to keep it off the cold ground and always remember that it should be big enough for your companion to sit and lie down comfortably, but small enough to maintain his body heat.
Always looking for a cozy spot to sleep, cats and kittens tend to rest on warm engines. Make sure to knock on the hood or honk the horn before starting the engine. If your animal is kept in the garage, provide a blanket to sleep on and always remember to check for toxic substances such as antifreeze!
Report Animal Abuse, Call 311 and ask for an animal cruelty investigator.
Bark! Bark! Bark!
Children and Dogs: Important Information for Parents
Crate Training Your Dog
Dealing with Normal Puppy Behavior Nipping and Rough Play
Dealing with Normal Puppy Chewing
Developmental Stages Of Puppy Behavior
Dog Bite Prevention and Treatment
Dog Toys And How To Use Them
Dominance in Dogs
Housetraining Your Puppy
How to Solve the Digging Problem
How to Use a Head Halter
Helping Your Dog Overcome the Fear of Startling Noises
Inside or Out Making Your Dog Part of the Family
Introducing Your New Dog To Your Resident Dog
Keeping Your Dog Confined To Your Property
New Puppy Dog Supplies
Newborn Puppies - How to take care of them
Nothing in Life is Free
Puppy & Dog Care
Re-Housetraining Your Adult Dog
Sample Aversives for Dogs
Submissive and Excitement Urination
The Canine Escape Artist
The Educated Dog
The Fearful Dog
Understanding Aggressive Behavior In Dogs
Why Dogs Bite - A Guideline For Children
Aversives For Cats
Cat Toys And How To Use Them
Choosing a Kitten
Destructive Scratching in Cats
Developmental Stages Of Kitten Behavior
Discouraging Roaming Cats
Feline Social Behavior and Aggression Between Family Cats
Indoors is Best
Introducing Your New Cat To Your Other Pets
Managing Your Kitten's Rough Play
Newborn Kittens - How to take care of them
Allergies in Pets!
Moving With Your Pet
Pet Theft Prevention
Preparing Your Pet For Baby's Arrival
Successful Cleaning to Remove Pet Odors and Stains
To Spay or Neuter
Territorial Marking Behavior In Dogs And Cats
Unusual Eating Habits In Dogs And Cats
Quality of Life to the End of Life (By Alice E. Villalobos, D.V.M., DPNAP)
All Pet Care Tips (PDF files only unless otherwise indicated) are Copyright 2000, to Denver Dumb Friends League and Humane Society of the United States. All rights reserved.