It’s TOO HOT. Here’s some helpful tips on how to protect your pet from the summer heat.
Pet Heat Strokes
While it’s easy for humans to express when we’re too tired, hot or thirsty from from the heat, how do we know when it’s too much for our pets?
Since pets can’t exactly speak to us, here’s what you need to know about animal heat strokes and how to protect your pet from the summer heat.
Paw Pad Burns
You know the feeling: frantically tip-toeing from your lounge chair to the edge of the pool so the bottom of your feet don’t burn on the hot pavement. But, did you know our pets also have tender toes?
Avoid dog paw burns by knowing these facts and solutions.
Every dog parent expects her pet’s drooly panting on a hot day, and every cat parent knows her feline can be finicky about drinking water.
How can we know when our pets are approaching dehydration in the summer heat?
Other Summer Injuries
As you and your pet venture out for a hike in the greenbelt, jog to the dog park, or even relax in your own back yard, be aware and equipped for any possible pet injuries from the summer heat.
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