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 these surfaces can exceed 145° F!
Nothing says summer more than heading off to the beach. Many beaches allow you to bring your pooch and some are even dog friendly designated. Who doesn’t love watching their beloved dog romping through the sand and waves? Although it makes for some of the most fun, a beach day can be hazardous for your […]
The dog days of summer offer so many fun activities for you and your dog but, they can also be the most dangerous. Although by now everyone should be aware to never leave your dog in a car in the summer, inevitably there are still many deaths as a result of this. A 2C (36F) […]
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 surfaces?! If you’re unsure whether it’s too hot to walk your dog on pavement/asphalt, here’s […]