When the weather gets colder, it’s time to break out warmer clothes and gear for you and your family. In some cases, this includes your dog. Sweaters and jackets are great for quick walks outside, and for longer time spent outdoors, booties or shoes can protect your pup’s feet. However, prolonged exposure to below-freezing temperatures can increase the risk of frostbite. How does frostbite appear in dogs and what can you do to help prevent it?