Echo Press Editorial: When temperatures plummet, remember your furry friend
When the weather turns brutally cold, don’t forget about your dog or cat. Although they have a built-in coat, they are at risk to the elements, too.
There have already been a few reports to the Alexandria Police Department and the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office this winter from residents concerned about dogs in their neighborhood without adequate food and shelter, or pets left shivering in a cold car.
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