As the heat of the summer continues to climb, it’s obvious why July is National Pet Hydration Month. This makes it more important than ever to remember the common symptoms of dehydration in our pets (courtesy of Henry Schein Animal Health):
The last symptom (loss of skin elasticity) can be determined by gently pinching your pet’s skin between your thumb and forefinger. Does the skin spring back into position (well hydrated) or does it slowly return into place (dehydrated)? If you are concerned, be sure to have your pet checked by a veterinarian.
Prevention is always the best medicine! In addition to the tips we shared in our last Pet Hydration Month blog post, be sure to:
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