Saturday, June 20, 2009
• Make sure your pets have thermal protection and the Sun (the dog house does not provide relief to heat), and adequate fresh water when outdoors. Heat stroke in pets can be fatal, as well as people.
• Mass Transit Railway Ordinance in Louisville, the sun and fresh water available at all times to animals, and in the outdoors.
• With more time spent outside, make sure that your pet is always wearing a collar and identification tag. Or better, however, is the chip.
• Pet sunburn, too - use sunscreen on his nose and ears, if necessary. Pet light-colored noses or fur are particularly vulnerable to sunburn and skin cancer.
• take your pet to exercise caution. Adjust the intensity and duration of exercise in accordance with the temperature. In very hot days, limit the activities of the early morning or evening to be especially careful when the short-nose dogs and those thick jackets. Asphalt is very hot and can burn your pet's claws. Walking the recommendations at the grassroots level.
• Keep your cat indoors. No one cat who is allowed to go out to an increase in risk of disease and injury in a motor vehicle or other animals.