Is Your Dog Urinating Too Much? Is your dog peeing in odd places? What’s the real problem…is it mental or physical? Just the other day, Carole, the proud owner of Murphy a 10-year-old Westie casually mentioned he had been having “accidents” in the house for the last 8 months.
The best way to deal with these pests: Head them off before they set up camp. Ugh, fleas. We hate them, our pets hate them—and the best way to avoid them is through prevention.
Common signs of canines suffering from the too much sun may include: Excessive panting, salivation, bright red tongue, red or pale gums, thick, sticky saliva, depression, weakness, loss of balance, vomiting (sometimes with blood), and diarrhea.
Following these expert-approved Pool Safety Tips will help keep your dog safe all summer long. There’s no better way to spend a summer day than lounging poolside with the fam, including your dog. But that idyllic summer day holds potential dangers to your pet’s health. While there are no confirmed statistics on just how many dogs drown in pools each year