Summer Survival Products for You and Your Pet - As Seen on ABC 7
Warmer weather, means more time spent outdoors, and you’ll want to make
sure you have the right tools to survive the dog days of summer that
are quickly approaching.
leaving the house make sure you've packed the 10 essentials for your
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bedding first aid kit
pets shots record and photo
never leave your pet in a vehicle unattended, it's easy for
the temperature inside a car to rise to more than 100 degrees within
just a few minutes
Make sure you have the proper pet travel gear such as
crates and travel harnesses
If you're flying with your pet plan ahead. Most airlines
allow only a certain number of pets per flight.
During the summer months, pavement, rocks and sand can
become too hot to handle. Keep a few sets of disposable booties on hand
to protect fifi and fluffy's feet from frying.
Does your dog enjoy going for a swim? Put a life vest on
your pet even if he is just watching from inside a boat.
Does the hotel where you're headed allow pets? Make sure it
does before booking the room.
When packing for your room in a pet-friendly hotel, dont'
forget to bring along a sign to place on your door that warns "pets
inside" this way hotel personnel will know to watch for animals before
entering the room.