Summer Health Care Tips for Dogs

White short-haired pets and those recently shaved are prone to sunburn. Protect them with pet-safe sunscreen, especially on the nose.

Sunburn Risks

Hot surfaces can burn your dog's paws. Walk your dog when the sun is not at its peak to avoid hot asphalt roads.

Paw Burns

Summer brings more insects. Protect your pet from ectoparasites and heartworms. If bitten and showing redness or inflammation, see a vet promptly.

Diseases and Parasites

Store pet food in a cool, dry place. Open cans attract flies and can spoil quickly. Consider using a Pet Automatic Feeder for freshness.

Food Spoilage

Dogs dissipate heat by panting, making them prone to heatstroke. If your pet shows signs of heatstroke, seek immediate veterinary care.

Pet Heatstroke

With proper care, your pet can enjoy summer safely. The key is to be attentive to your pet's needs and respond promptly to any issues.

Summer Enjoyment

Equip yourself with summer pet supplies like a dog harness, pet fur and lint remover, and dog teeth cleaning toy for a happy, healthy summer.

Essential Summer Supplies

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