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    How to help your dog beat the heat in the summer?

    Articlegeneral dog adviceMonday 10 June 2013
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    Although your dog might seem to play in the garden and have a lot of energy, be careful as your dog doesn’t know when to stop and the summer heat might cause serious health problems.

    You should remember to always have several bowls of fresh and cool water inside and outside the house so your dog might have some whenever it wants.

    You might also add an ice cube – nice way to cool the water and attract your puppies attention! Don’t let your dog stay many hours outside, especially in the afternoon (12pm – 5pm). However, if your dog has to stay outside, provide him a cooler place in a shadow.

    You can also help your pooch to survive hot weather by keeping it indoors in a cool interior room and even by rubbing it down with a damp towel.

    However, if you notice any of these symptoms cool your dog down as soon as possible by immersing it in cool water and get the vet immediately.

     

     

     

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