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COLD-WEATHER PET-GROOMING GUIDE

The Catskills region of upstate New York is renowned for being a winter wonderland during the cold months. But along with the seasonal pros—including snow sports and blazing wood fires—come a few cons: bone-chilling dampness and dry, itchy skin in both people and pets.

Pets with long hair are especially prone to health problems caused by cold dry air and matted fur, as Ulysses Rosenzweig, DVM, of Argos Animal Hospital in Boiceville, N.Y., in Catskill State Park, knows all too well.

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