Here’s some summer-inspired advice, for pet owners.
Everyone knows that sunscreen protection is important for proper skin health. And applying sunscreen to children is pretty much second nature. But according to Cherry Hill Veterinarian, Dr. David Kupersmith, dogs need sunscreen, too.
He recommends applying non-fragranced sunscreen to the bridge of the nose, ears, and anywhere else the dog’s skin is poorly pigmented.
With temperatures rising it’s important to always have water for your pets, and never to leave them unattended in a vehicle, which is good advice any time of year.