ST. LOUIS - Baby it's cold outside, not just for humans but also for your four-legged friends.
Emilee Murphree with the Humane Society of Missouri shared some ways to protect your fur babies in these chilling temperatures.
1. Provide a cozy space
2. Press 'paws' on pet injuries:
3. Layer up your pup:
4. Prevent poisoning:
5. Schedule a winter wellness exam
Remember cats and dogs are susceptible to hypothermia and frostbite and should not be left outside in the cold for prolonged periods of time, no matter the circumstance.