Taking Care of Your Pets During Summer
May 25, 2020
Summer is coming, and everyone is ready to get outside. Spending time outdoors with your dog is a great way to get exercise, Vitamin D, and relieve stress. Whether it’s a day at the park or a visit to the farm, make sure you’re taking good care of your pets the entire time. Here are some things that are easy to forget during summer but are important to taking care of your pet.
- Bug prevention.
- Stay Hydrated
- Mind the heat and consider your breed
- Be antifreeze aware
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