Spring: tips for taking care of your dog

Spring is a wonderful season for our four-legged friends. However, as temperatures rise and the weather becomes wetter, there are a few things we must do to ensure that our dog stays happy and healthy. 

First of all, be sure to protect your dog from fleas, ticks and insects in general, as these pests are particularly annoying in spring.  With higher temperatures, animals may be more prone to dehydration, so make your friend drink. Pay attention to your dog's skin: spring can cause allergies and irritations. A balanced and nutritious diet is the necessary compendium for your dog's health.

Spring is a great time to spend time outdoors with your dog. However, do not forget to take care of your four-legged friend so that he can make the most of this wonderful season. In this gallery we elaborate on a few important aspects.

Spring: tips for taking care of your dog
In spring our animal friends change not only their coat, but also their habits, they are more alert and have more energy than in winter, they love being outside in the fresh air to play and run around. But let's take a look at a few things to put in our diary to take the best care of our friend.
Fleas and ticks: beware
One of the first things to mark down is an antiparasitic treatment to cover our friend throughout the spring-summer period. Rely on your vet to advise you on the most suitable treatment for your friend.
We play outdoors with a few tricks.
In this season, walks increase, but remember not to go out during the hottest hours, especially in summer. They too can suffer from the heat, with sometimes unpleasant consequences. Also remember that their paws have no protection and the hot asphalt could be very dangerous.
Water always available
Whether indoors or out, remember to make fresh water available for our friends.
Play and nutrition
Nutrition is also important, especially after a day of running. If your dog is hungrier than usual, consult your vet to supplement with an extra meal during the day.
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