Just because an animal is covered in fur doesn't mean it can't get frostbite. When temperatures drop below freezing, dogs, cats, and other pets are at risk. And the early signs of frostbite can be hidden under all that fur. Ears, toes, tails, stomach, and faces are most affected. Frostbitten skin may get pale, white, blue, or gray, and can be unusually cold to the touch.
If you think your pet has frostbite, call a veterinarian right away.