It is advised to get your pets vaccinated against kennel cough- BORDETELLA VACCINATION . This is an air borne virus and contagious. Kindly check with your vet or contact us for more details.
The heat is getting to all of us, and it poses a special risk for your pet. Certain safety concerns must be kept in mind as the temperture rises over the next few months. Follow our tips and beat the heat!

Always provide plenty of fresh clean water for your dog.  Make sure there is full bowl of water throughout the day and night.  This is probably one of the most important things to keep in mind for your dog when it comes to hot weather.  Dehydration can occur quickly during hot days which can be very dangerous for your dog.  If possible, giving your dog fresh refrigerated water would be preferred.  Some dogs seem to even stop drinking water because of the sudden change in weather.  If your dog seems to be experiencing this, you may need to use a syringe to force them to take down water or you could also add water to their meals.  Either way, keep your dog hydrated!

Exercise your dog early in the morning or late at night. Since these are the cooler parts of the day, this will make the walk more comfortable for both you and your dog.  Though exercise is a must for healthy dogs, this is the time of year to reduce exercise intensity. Also, never let them play right after eating during hot or humid weather.

Different dogs have different needs when battling the heat. Keep in mind that darker coats absorb more heat than lighter coats. Also, overweight dogs are at higher risk for dehydration. Carry a bottle of water when going on a walk with your dog. When the temperature is very high, don't let your dog linger on hot cement/road Being so close the ground, your pooch's body can heat up quickly, and sensitive paw pads can burn. Keep walks  to a minimum.

If your dog is outside on a hot day, make sure he has a shady spot to rest in. Doghouses are not good shelter during the summer as they can trap heat, try  and keep them indoors when it's extremely hot.Dogs, especially those with short hair, white fur, and pink skin, can sunburn as well. Limit your dog's time outdoors during the day

Dogs that are brachycephalic (short-faced), such as Bulldogs, Boxers, Pugs, and Pekingese, have an especially hard time in the heat because they do not pant as efficiently as longer-faced dogs. Keep this type of dog inside with air-conditioning. Same applies for overweight or elderly dogs as well as Persian Cats.

If you don’t have an air conditioner available for your pet find innovative ways to cool your dog. Lay down a wet towel for your dog to lie on. Or simply set up a fan in front of a pan of ice. Dogs cool from the bottom up.. Make sure to spray the paws and stomach, not just the top of the dog, when spraying it with water. A wet towel does more good on the bottom of your dog than when laid on the top of its coat.
Also Let your dog dig! Your dog may resort to finding his own way to avoid the heat. Dog sin nature dig their dens not out of frustration but to find food, hide, give birth--or keep cool! If it's possible, locate a shady area where it's okay for your dog to dig.

Never ever leave your dog unattended inside your car.  The car retains more heat than an open area, even if it is in the shade. Plus, a dog may get overexcited in the car due to passersby or panic from claustrophobia. Either bring your dog with you where ever you go or leave them at home inside an air cooled house with water.

Giving your dog a lightweight summer haircut helps prevent overheating. Shave down to a one-inch length, never to the skin, so your dog still has some protection from the sun. Brushing cats more often than usual can prevent problems caused by excessive heat. As far as skin care, be sure that any sunscreen or insect repellent product you use on your pets is labeled specifically for use on animals. Fleas and ticks, and the mosquitos which carry heartworm disease, are more prevalent in warmer months. Ask your veterinarian for an effective preventive to keep these parasites off your dog. Regular bathing and a hair trim will help to keep them in check. Use hot weather as an excuse to swim more often! The best activity you can do in summertime or hot weather is swimming. Instead of walking the dog, take the dog on a swim!

Watch for signs of dehydration. Dogs can't sweat. They cool off by panting, so an overheated dog will drool excessively. It will become lethargic, its eyes will be bloodshot, and it may appear a little pale. If you lift its skin, it will take longer than usual for the skin to fall back into place. It may even have difficulty in breathing, increased heart, mild weakness, stupor or even collapse. They can also include seizures, bloody diarrhea and vomit along with an elevated body temperature of over 104 degrees.
In case of these symptoms it is best to rush your pet to your vet.

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