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Summer is coming, What to do?

01 Mar 2010 | by Deepak jadhav | Posted in: Wellness

Source: cnn.com

Summer is knocking at the door. To give maximum relief  to our loving pets, we the dog lovers can do the following.

1. Ensure maximum provision for air circulations through ceiling fans, blowers, exhaust fans etc. Remember our lovable pets has one area to release the heat i.e. mouths.

2. Ensure that the foods are given before 7 AM. And after 7 PM, so that the pets remain cool while eating.

3. Ensure liquid foods , so that can be easily digestible and water retention can be high.

4. Never indulge in a long bath, no matter how pure the water is, it may cause unnecessary fungal infections.

5. Complete the vaccinations, de-worming procedure before the summer starts.

That’s all that are coming to my mind right now. I am welcome to your valuable suggestions.

Thanks,

Deepak Jadhav.

Comments

Aditya Collins
thanks deepak for your suggestions , valuable indeed it is....summers make every doglover worried...here u are talking about a dog or two who are living in house. but is there any good suggestions for breeders like me who are having more than 8 adult dogs.

By: Aditya Collins | 02 Mar 2010

maithili
hi deepak .. what abt dogs who are fed 3ce?? ie what abt doggy lunch ??

By: maithili | 06 Mar 2010

PALLAB SARKAR
Thanks, plz write, i have GSD 2 months how to prevent form summer, i am leaving hot temp. Purulia

By: PALLAB SARKAR | 07 Mar 2010

Anil @ DoggiesDude
" leaving hot temp" means?

By: Anil @ DoggiesDude | 07 Mar 2010

Runni
Me & my pup are lucky as its never too hot up here (shimla)!!

By: Runni | 08 Mar 2010

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