YOUR FURRY FRIENDS LIKE TO SWIM TOO!
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Summertime is the perfect season for enjoying the pool, beach, or lakes, especially with your pup. However, it’s important to know how to keep your pup safe and happy around water. The Dog Stop has put together this dog water safety guide for dog parents to make enjoying the water a safe and fun experience for their pet.with your pup much easier.
Some things to think about before letting your dog take a plunge is the temperature of the water, how fast or slow the currents are moving, and whether is there anything like algae in the water that would make your pup sick.
As rare as it may be, water intoxication is a serious condition that can happen to dogs when they swallow a lot of water. One way to prevent this is to make sure your dog is playing with water-safe toys!
All part of know your pup is understanding your breed. Some breeds are naturally better swimmers than others. By doing a bit of research, you will be able to evaluate swimming situations best suited for your dog!
Nonetheless, you still need to keep a close eye on your dog as they take on their next swimming adventure. It may be even beneficial to invest in a swim vest if your dog has shorter limbs.
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Whether you are looking for basic dog boarding in a safe, fun, and loving environment or you are looking for an all-inclusive vacation for your dog, The Dog Stop® is the perfect place.