Most of us are familiar with the dangers of frostbite this time of year, and it is important to keep in mind that our pets are also vulnerable to this condition, especially on their paws and ears. Frostbitten skin initially looks pale and flakey, then over time darkens to become black as the tissue dies off. Limiting time outside and protecting paws with insulated booties are the best means of avoiding frostbite. If you are concerned your pet may have frostbite, have them evaluated as soon as possible by your veterinarian.
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