Wear good walking boots.
Take a walking crook with you-even though your dogs may not be off leads near ice or fast water some dog may need help.
Clean the rock salt and chemicals off the dogs feet/tummies with warm water.
Have loads of clean towels or, as someone posted recently kids dressing gowns, so as dogs do not get cold sitting about after getting wet.
Watch for anti freeze puddles.
Make sure they have coats if owners have their dogs trimmed out.
Some dogs are OK wearing Ruffwear dog boots.
Have a mobile well charged and with GPS.
Do not walk too many pulling dogs who will have you over on slippy surfaces.
Check your walkers tags are up to date as dogs lost in snow cannot scent too well.
LED collars can help.
Today's top K9 First Aid Tip - If you only have ONE piece of first aid equipment, make it a roll of vetwrap. It is so versatile and can be used for so many purposes including application of a pressure dressing to stop a severe bleed, a support bandage for a sprain/strain, a dressing on an awkward shaped part of the body due to its adherance to itself, a muzzle for a fearful/dangerous dog, a spare lead should you come across a stray or injured animal or should you lose your own lead on a walk, a bootie for a sore paw or to keep a bandage in place. A small roll of vetwrap in your back pocket has saved many scarey moment!
Remember those of you who walk your dogs on tarmac, that the dew claw does not wear naturally.(carpet and grass does not wear down claws) Some dogs trim them themselves,nibble at them. They can grow long. This one is white and you can see where the pink nerve is. Keep an eye on them , they can catch and rip.If you are not brave enough to use Millers Forge clippers, or they are black, ask your groomer or vets nurse to do them.