1. A Reminder to Avoid Walking Your Pets When It's Too Hot Outside

    A Reminder to Avoid Walking Your Pets When It's Too Hot Outside

    We came across this interesting article and thought that we would share it with you. It's called Vet Shares Photo of Burned Paws with a Warning to Dog Owners on Hot Pavements.

    It offers some important reminders. Here's one of them:

    Sidewalks can be much hotter than the air temperature, reaching over 150 degrees on exceptionally hot days, while the temperature of asphalt can reach even higher.

    Pets’ paws can burn after just five minutes of touching a surface at 120 degrees, according to Fulton Homes.

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    1. Even then he wasn't whining or limping!
    2. A good rule of thumb is if the pavement is too hot for your hand, it's too hot for your dogs' pads.
    3. They didn't notice he had bloody paw prints for a mile.
    4. Obviously he didn't want to stop his walk, he didn't want to let his owners know.
    5. If it's 100 degrees outside, that is too hot to be walking your dog on the pavement or the sidewalk.
    6. Even with the windows down, those temperatures in the car can soar to 120 degrees Fahrenheit or more within minutes.
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