Pets need protection, too, from dangerously low temperatures

8:56 p.m Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2017 Pets

Make sure your four-legged friends are protected from these dangerously low temperatures.

Dogs and cats also need protection from the wet and cold.

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The Montgomery County Animal Resource Center has these tips for pet owners:

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More dogs are lost during the winter than any other season, so make sure yours always has its license on its collar, and consider getting your pet microchipped.

You can purchase your 2018 dog license om in Montgomery County through Jan. 31 at or call 937-225-4314. To report suspected animal neglect or cruelty, call the ARC at 937-898-4457 or email

Got a tip? Call our monitored 24-hour line, 937-259-2237, or send it to