Summer has officially hit the UK, and with temperatures continuing to rise we’re all trying to find ways to keep ourselves and our pets cool. It’s easier for us than it is them – if we’re too hot, we fan ourselves; if we’re feeling dehydrated, we get a cold drink; and if we want a cool treat, we get an ice cream. However, experts are warning that no matter how hot it gets you should never feed ice cream to your dog.
Health & Wellbeing
For some dogs, the winter is a doddle, with their natural coat perfectly sufficient, whereas other breeds need a little extra help to make the best of the season…
As the summer months approach, this is the time of year when it’s especially dangerous to leave dogs alone in cars. In significantly warm weather, it only takes a couple of minutes for dogs to become too hot and, with no water or fresh air, they soon begin to suffer. Consequently, owners may be unintentionally putting their dogs at risk by leaving them in hot cars even for 5 minutes.
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