Winter can be a harsh time for dog paws, so it's important to take steps to protect them.
If your dog is going to be spending a lot of time in the snow, consider getting them booties to protect their paws from the cold and salt.
If it's very cold outside, limit your dog's outdoor time to prevent their paws from getting too cold.
Check your dog's paws regularly for any signs of damage, such as cuts, cracks, or redness.
Clean your dog's paws after they come inside to remove any salt or chemicals that could irritate their paws.
Dry your dog's paws thoroughly after they come inside to prevent moisture from getting trapped and causing problems.
If your dog is walking on snow or ice, take breaks every 15-20 minutes to allow their paws to rest and warm up.