-Blankets freeze after they get wet, Use hay instead of cloth in the dog house, the dogs body temperature will heat it up and keep them warm.
-A dog needs lots of exercise in the winter to keep up its energy level in order to keep up its body temperature, the more you lay around, the colder they get, so you need to get them walking and running.
-All dogs get cold! All dogs need shelter during the winter time away from the wind and snow/rain.
We are in need of more foster homes! If you would be interested in fostering animals in this area please contact Louise Collins at 620-370-5774 or Krisit Hergert at 620-629-5824 or Kelley Romme at 620-482-4879. GPAA pays for vet bills.. Please call and find out the details today. Fostering saves lives.
Contact Louise Collins/President/Group Foster Home- Transport Coordinator at 620-370-5774.
"I Am An Animal Rescuer. I have bought dog food with my last dime, I have patted a mangy head with a bare hand. I have hugged someone vicious and afraid. I have fallen in love a thousand times, and I have cried into the fur of a lifeless body too many times to count. I am a Animal Rescuer. My work is never done, my home is never quiet, my wallet is always empty, but my heart is always full." author unknown