We have reached the winter months in New Jersey! But no matter how cold it is outside, dogs will still need to take care of their business outside.
It is true that it is not winter in the tri-state area. As Cold as we are used to in the last couple of years. Actually, Philadelphia just hit a new record: It’s over. 668 days of last measurable snowfall in the city – Longest streak on record.
Who knows how much snow we’ll get in the winter of 2023-2024? Even if we don’t get any snow at all, it will still be cold. And if it’s cold for us, it’s cold for our pets.
How long can pets legally be outside in winter temperatures?
Thankfully, it is It is illegal in New Jersey to leave your pet outside in extremely unsafe temperatures. And that includes pet cats.
If the temperature is reached 32 degrees or lessor 90 degrees and aboveYour pet cannot be left outside when the owner is not with the animal. The same happens when it rains or snows.
It was signed in 2017. You can see the full text. Here It reads:
“Do not expose a dog, pet, or service animal to extreme weather conditions, such as freezing temperatures (32 degrees Fahrenheit or below), excessive heat (90 degrees Fahrenheit or above), rain or snow.” , it is unlawful to expose for more than thirty minutes. When the owner or keeper of the animal is not with the animal and is suffering from the same condition.”
Violators are subject to fine, imprisonment, community service, paying restitution, And even Their animals should be taken away. by them. The law also forbids. To restrain and imprison with cruelty Animals
If You are Cool, your dog is cool. They need to be as safe and warm at home as you do.
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