Protect those paws in the Summer and Winter. All the salt on the roads and sidewalks isn’t good for your pup’s paws. It causes your pup’s paws to dry out and burn and crack.
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How to Prevent Heat Exhaustion
Of course, summer isn’t all about fun and games. It’s also a time to be extra careful about the extreme elements. According to Veterinary Specialty Hospital San Diego, the risk of heat stroke is especially great when seasons are changing. To reduce risk, “On warmer days, limit your dog’s activity outdoors, and watch for signs of heat stroke, such as excessive panting, hot skin, and weakness.”
With all the outdoor activities you want to enjoy in the summer—like hiking and running—it’s natural to want to take your dog along, but it’s not without risk. San Diego Humane Society encourages you to remember this: Dogs don’t sweat like people do; they’re dressed in their own fur coat 24/7 and their feet are always bare, making them extra sensitive to hot air and scalding pavement. Exercise with them in early morning or late evening hours, run near water or on soft or grassy surfaces to keep their feet cool, and always, always bring extra water for your canine workout buddy.
Groomed for Summer
Q: What should I do about excess shedding in the summer months?
A. Most dogs do tend to shed more during the summer months; however, you might notice a change in shedding during drastic climate changes throughout the year. Shedding will also depend upon breed and coat type. To help prevent shedding, daily brushing is highly recommended, along with the regular use (every six to eight weeks) of a shedding treatment, such as Furminator brand shampoo and conditioner. A good tip for summer weather is to visit your local grooming salon, because even though you may wash and brush your dog at home, the force drying will help remove a lot of the excess hair.
Protect those paws in the Summer and Winter. All the salt on the roads and sidewalks isn’t good for your pup’s paws. It causes your pup’s paws to dry out and burn and crack. This stuff is a good alternative to boots. I tried boots with Leo because I wanted to added warmth that boots provide, but every pair I tried made him walk like a high school majorette after 12 margaritas.. so paw pad protector it is!