YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – It only takes minutes for animals to get frostbite when the temperatures drop below zero.
For dogs and cats, the tips of ears, tails and paws are the most susceptible to the cold.
Salt can also get stuck in their paws, and cause cracking and bleeding.
Some people put sweaters on their pets to help fight the cold. Experts say the best thing to do for pets is to limit their time outside.