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Below-zero temperatures are hard on dogs and cats, but the cold is not the most dangerous part of winter for our pets. The #1 danger? Anti-freeze, says Dr. Justine Lee, an emergency-room veterinarian at the University of Minnesota.
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Posted by Asim Dorovic on January 4, 2006 7:34 AM | Permalink