Family vacations, barbeques with friends, and warm sunny days are what make summer so special. However, summertime can pose many different threats to the family pet.
Auto Safety: NEVER leave you pet in a parked car. Temperatures can quickly soar in the inside of the car even when the windows are down. Overheating can happen rapidly and may have fatal results.
Warm Weather: Be sensitive to your pets needs on warm days. Always have a fresh supply of water and shade available. Schedule your walks and playtime in the early morning or late evening. Leave your pet at home; the beach or street carnival may sound fun but hot sand and cement can hurt your friend’s paws.
Gardening: Everyone wants a beautiful green and weed free lawn. Be sure to follow the directions on fertilizers and pesticides to minimize the danger to your pet.
Barbeques: Leftovers, especially bones, are not appropriate for pets. Gastrointestinal problems such as vomiting and diarrhea may occur as well as the possibility of obstruction. Keep citronella candles, lighter fluids, and matches out of the reach of your pet.
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