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December 21, 2013 8:50 PM

Dog days of winter can take a toll on a pup’s paws

De-icers and salts might keep you on your feet during icy weather, but they can irritate your pets’ feet. Experts recommend washing their paws and cleaning anything stuck between their nail pads after winter walks. Booties, if your dog will tolerate them, are another good idea.

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