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How To Keep Your Dog’s Paws Safe This Summer

How To Keep Your Dog’s Paws Safe This Summer

In the hot summer sun, many surfaces to which your dog’s paws might be exposed to can become very, very hot, such as pavement, asphalt and beach sand. Even after the sun goes down, these surfaces can retain their heat for a long time, especially when it’s been a hot day. Temperatures on these surfaces have been measured at a scorching 145 degrees Farenheit! Please be aware that these surfaces are a potential danger to your dog. Canines run a real risk of serious burns to their paws if they are exposed to these surfaces for any length of time.…
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Why Do Dogs Lick Their Paws? 4 Reasons To Consider

Why Do Dogs Lick Their Paws? 4 Reasons To Consider

All dogs lick their paws occasionally, especially if their feet have gotten wet or muddy, as part of their self-grooming. But when a dog is constantly licking his paws and can’t seem to stop, then this is a sign something may be wrong.  Constant licking is a sign that your dog is trying to get relief from something. If his paws itch, his saliva is cooling to the area and feels good by temporarily reducing the itching. Your dog may also nibble on his paws as well as licking them.  But the constant licking, which your dog is using to…
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