Summer Pet Care
Make sure you refill your dog’s water bowl more often than usual on very hot days.
Alwyas try to exercise your pets during the cooler hours.
Brushing your dog regularly will help keep a clean, untangled coat that can help ward off summer skin problems and help your dog stay cool.
ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) experts field
tens of thousands of calls each year involving animal
companions who’ve had potentially hazardous contact with insecticides, weed killers and pet-toxic plants.
"Keeping animals safe from accidental poisonings should
not end once you've stepped outside," says Dana Farbman,
APCC pet poison prevention expert. "Protecting your pet
from potential hazards in your yard is just as critical."
While gardens and yards are lovely for relaxing, they can
also prove dangerous for our animal companions.
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