As the winter weather brings signs of snow across the country, many of us are preparing for a frosty end to January. From sledding to snowmen, snow has always brought an element of joy to children and adults alike but often for our furry friends, snow can be a hazardous condition for their winter walkies.
We all know icy winds and frosty temperatures play havoc on our skin and just like us, our dogs need a little extra TLC when the winter weather turns colder. With paws and noses some of the most sensitive parts of our canine companions bodies, keeping these areas in tip top shape can avoid sore skin issues that can leave your pooch in a pawful amount of pain. So if your part of the country is set in ice or snow is due just around the corner, follow our top tips and tricks for keeping your four-legged friend safe in the wintery conditions.