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Here are some common questions about caring for dogs, are you doing it right?


1. Pets are afraid of heat, so let them stay in the air-conditioned room for a long time. is it right to do so?

Reasonable practice: Pets stay in an air-conditioned room to prevent heatstroke, but pay attention to ventilation, pets will suffer from air-conditioning disease if they stay in an air-conditioned environment for a long time.

Especially when pets that have been out in the sun for a long time are brought back to the home with the air conditioner on, small pets are prone to get sick.

If you go out to walk the dog in summer, the best time to choose is in the morning or evening. 


2. Shave your pet as soon as summer arrives to help it dissipate heat. is it right to do so? 

Reasonable practice: In summer, you can clean up your pet's sole hair and belly hair in time to help dissipate heat. But when shearing, don't cut it too short, because proper hair can keep away UV rays. And if shaving your pet inappropriately, it'll be unhappy, feels ashamed to see people, and even gets depressed. 

3. In summer, many dogs will drool, which looks disgusting, and we always want them to change such a habit. is it right to do so?


Reasonable practice: Some dog breeds drool in summer. This is a way to dissipate heat. Especially after exercising, drooling is more frequent. This is a natural phenomenon, and there is no need to deliberately change its habit.



4. Is it okay to give ice cream to dogs in summer?


Reasonable practice: It is recommended not to give dogs sweets and ice cream, which can easily cause dental caries and gastrointestinal diseases, and easily affect the dog's sense of taste.

Puppies under three months should not eat sweets ever.

Adult dogs should not eat too much, which can easily cause diarrhea or vomiting. 

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