Experts say it’s getting dangerously cold! The bone-chilling temperatures are likely to set records and endanger those who go outside without the proper clothing… Pets are also vulnerable in cold temperatures. According to The American Veterinarian Medical Association, domestic dogs and cats can both experience hypothermia and frost bite in just minutes. Plus, there are other dangers pets encounter in the cold, which you may not be aware of. They include poisons, injuries and getting lost; for cats, your car engine could prove deadly. To view a list of ways frigid temperatures pose serious threats to our pets, visit: