Pavement, asphalt, wood, metal, sand and car or truck surfaces can become very hot during the summer months. These materials absorb heat from the sun and can stay hot for hours even after the sun has gone down. Temperatures on
We obviously want to spend gorgeous days with our dogs outside, but sometimes, that can actually hurt our fur-babies. It’s important that during warm weather seasons, we keep an eye on our dog’s health. Hot pavement can not only hurt
Here’s a 5-second rule for pet owners that you can’t afford to ignore! Did you know that it literally takes less than a minute to burn (& blister) the pads of your dogs’ feet when walking on cement/concrete and pavement
As temperatures rise over the summer, it is “essential” to keep an eye for paw pad burns on pets whenever they go outside. “There is actually a physical burn when the paw pads are burned when the concrete is too
Summer is on its way! There has been a lot of talk about leaving dogs in hot cars (DON’T DO IT!), but people also need to think about the temperature of the pavement. Dog’s pads can burn very badly on hot pavement!
“Asphalt gets very hot and can burn your pet’s paws, so walk your dog on the grass if possible,” the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) urged. But sometimes it can be hard to tell. Luckily, there’s a quick