As the weather heats up, it is regarded as one of the most uncomfortable times of year for our furbabies. Itching in dogs can lead to troublesome skin conditions such as heat spots and fur loss. Allergies, dermatitis and parasites are generally the most common reasons for itching in dogs.
Dogs eliminate heat from their body by panting. Heatstroke can arise when panting isn’t cooling their body down quick enough. Their body temperature rises and can be fatal if not treated or corrected quickly.
Exercising your dog plays a big role just a feeding a well-balanced meal to your dog. Exercise not only provides numerous health benefits but will also provide your dog with mental stimulation.
Vetwest is guest posting to inform us fur-parents about the importance of worming. With regular worming, you help your dog stay protected against a number of harmful and irritating worms.
Today’s blog post was written by health nut, dog enthusiast and founder of Bell and Bone (Superfood dog treats) Arianne Sackville. Bell and Bone is a brand with purpose, using superfoods to give our dogs the best nutrition. This brand hopes to support dog owners in their journey, helping them choose the right options. All products are 100% natural and each ingredient has been carefully chosen for the benefit it provides.
Would you know what to do or even look for if your dog is overheating? If you’re like me and Harley then you probably enjoy outdoor playtime in the summer. The Australian beaches are wonderful in the summer and most dogs love the beach, except Harley as she is not a beach furbaby.