Make sure you get your dog or cat used to the cold, and make sure you spend as much time outside. For your dog, the cold will trigger the change of hair. It will grow a row of short hair, while the longer one becomes thicker. Even so, both a dog or a cat can easily get hypothermia.
In mild cases, your pet will only shiver. Next stage is that its muscles are affected (blood not being pumped to the heart as good), his breath drops, and the animal does not respond to stimuli. If you notice these symptoms, your dog or cat must be heated and rushed to the vet.
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