According to Novartis Animal Health, there are several things you can do to stop your pet from suffering from summertime injuries:
If you are going to be out for extended periods of time, don't forget exposed areas such as the lips, ears and nose. Apply a children's sunblock to the tips of your pet's ears and the bridge of the nose. Avoid "lickable" areas.
Protect your fair-haired pet from unnecessary exposure. Like people with pale white skin, dogs and cats with lighter-colored fur are at greater risk for getting sunburned in short time.
Keep your pet in the shade during peak sun hours (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.).
Get your pet to a veterinarian if he starts looking reddened, has a high body temperature, is wheezing or excessively panting. Have a safe and happy summer!
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