The snow and cold temperatures can take a toll on you four legged pets and can be harmful if you leave them out in the cold for a long time.
One Ohio Dog shelter and adoption center recommends pet owners limit the amount of time your dog is out on a walk.
Before you take them out, buddle them up.
A fleece waterproof coat will keep them warm and dry.
If you can get them on your pet, rubber boots will also come in handy.
They may look like a fashion statement but they serve a purpose.
Offcials said dogs can get frostbite on their sensitive areas: ears, nose, paws and bellies.
If you’ve noticed that your dogs sensitive areas have turned blue or black, take them to their veterinarian immediately.