Practical tips for pet owners: how to ensure your pets don’t suffer during summer

A home improvements website has released a new content piece which gives pet owners practical household tips for ensuring their pets do not suffer during the summer or winter. The content shows how to spot an animal suffering or at risk of hypothermia / heatstroke as well as what actions can be taken in each scenario.

It features a bunch of useful info and tips including core body temperature for cats and dogs and how to ensure this is regulated in a healthy way. If you’re at all concerned about your pet in this summer, or you’d just like to brush up on your knowledge, check out Cast Iron’s information below:

Pet health is dependent on a variety of factors, food, drink, exercise and your love to name a few. You also need to ensure that they are provided with an ambient temperature to help make them flourish. Our infographic highlights the importance of your pet avoiding heatstroke during the summer and keeping sufficiently warm in the winter to prevent hypothermia.

Our infographic is a quick reference guide that will help you detect signs of heatstroke and hypothermia in your pet. It provides tips on preventative measures and what to do should you suspect your pet’s health is suffering due to extreme heat or cold.

You’ll find that with our guide you’ll be able to keep your pet healthy during the hottest of summers and the coldest of winters. It’s a handy reference guide that will help your pet stay close by your side in what could amount to life and death situations. If you are concerned about your pet’s health at any time it’s wise to act fast and call a vet for further advice.

Cool Cats and Hot Dogs by Cast Iron Radiators 4u
For more info, check out: http://www.castironradiators4u.co.uk/uk/infographic-cool-cats-and-hot-dogs.php

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