It’s really heatin’ up here in Arizona!
I parked at the dog park the other day and the pavement just barely passed the bare hand test.
The bare hand test determines whether the pavement is too hot for your dog to walk on. Hold your bare hand on the asphalt/pavement/sand/dirt, etc… for five seconds. If it’s too hot for you, it’s too hot for your dog. Period.
I know you love your pet, but what YOU don’t know will hurt THEM. For example; it’s a myth that dog’s feet won’t burn.
Here is last month’s article de-bunking several hot-weather myths. I hope you’ll read and SHARE so that we can all keep our loyal and faithful companions safe from harm.
Our four-legged friends only have us to protect and care for them… let’s make a difference together!
And, yes… if you see someone harming their pet (whether intentional or not), be sure to step up and kindly say something. It matters. Really.
Now, take a peek at the new hot-weather rules of doggie care...
Enjoy and remember I am most definitely in your corner...
p.s. Be sure to spread the love...