We are in the middle of Summer and while this might be great news for everyone, I can’t say the same thing about pets. People love summer because the weather is warm and they get to go to the beach or hang out outside in the park. However, pets have it rough during summer because they are exposed to a lot more dangers during this period.
First off, pets are covered in fur and warm weather is not always suitable for them. Things get even worse when it comes to bugs because summer is when all of them come out and you can imagine how annoying and dangerous it can be for your pet to get fleas and ticks. Therefore, pay attention to these following tips and learn how to take care of your pet.
You probably don’t like staying inside a hot car with the windows rolled up during summer days and your dog doesn’t like it either! Therefore, never leave your pet inside the car! No matter what.
Try to make a habit of checking to see if your pet’s paws are hot or not. Use some water to cool your pet’s paws off because the cement gets very hot and it might hurt him.
Always try to keep your pet’s toenails short because if you don’t they will break and scratch your pet whenever it walks around.
Brushing your pet’s hair is awesome because it keeps their skin healthy and they also enjoy it very much.
Grooming your pet will not only make it cuter but it also helps it’s well being. No one likes to feel too warm under the sun’s heat.
Baths need to become a regular thing during summer if you want your pet to stay healthy and clean.
Use your fingers to thoroughly inspect your pet’s hair for ticks! Spotting them is fairly simple because you will feel small bumps on your pet’s skin.
Most people forget that pets need to have their teeth brushed as well. This isn’t a pleasant experience for both of you but it’s quite necessary.
Make your pet’s crate as comfortable as possible so that it doesn’t randomly wander off whenever you take it outside the house.
Don’t go to the vet just for urgent matters and try to make regular visits instead.
One of the best things that you can do for your pet during the summer heat is to try and stay under shade. Also, keep in mind that there’s no reason why you should keep your pet on a hot surface.
Do you want to make your family travels more fun than they already are? Then go ahead and try to familiarize your pet with your car so it won’t be stressed whenever you take it on a ride.
If you know your pet has a difficult time staying calm whenever you take it to the vet, then try to make your appointments on quiet days when there aren’t too many animals around so that your pet feels safer.
Some days it’s better to just leave your pet at home rather than drag it everywhere with you, especially when you have a busy day ahead of you.
Pets get thirsty too! And this is why keeping them hydrated should be one of your biggest priorities throughout the day.
There’s nothing that will cool off your pet better than a quick bath in cold water. This won’t just cool your pet off, but it will also help it stay clean.
Keep the A/C on even though you are leaving the house. Your pet will thank you for this!
I know that walking your dog is important but no one says that you need to do it during the hottest hours of the day. Therefore, you should consider taking your pet out during the morning or night when it’s a bit colder outside.
If your pet has a thin coat then the best thing you can do for it during summer is to apply some sunscreen lotion on its skin.
Using a leash might be obvious advice in order to keep your pet safe but it would surprise you to find out how many people don’t use it and just let their pet roam free.
Find out what’s your pet’s favorite toy and pack it with you. This way you’ll be able to make sure that your pet doesn’t wander off and put itself in danger.
Always reward your pets good behavior and you’ll be surprised to find out how it will listen to everything you say.
Buying a flea repellent leash is one of the best things that you could do for your pet.
Pay close attention to your pet’s weight and help it exercise because getting fat is not healthy at all.
Engrave your pet’s name or your contact info on a collar so that if it ever gets lost, people know it’s not a stray pet.
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