We're in the dog days of summer, and it's going to be HOT here in Toronto. You need to make sure that your dog isn't overheating. Prevention is the best medicine when it comes to overheating in your dog, but just in case, make sure your can recognize the symptoms ahead of time.
Prevention is the best way to avoid overheating, but your dog still needs to get outside. Some basic rules of prevention.
Signs of dehydration in dogs
Signs of overheating in dogs
When you recognize that your dog is overheating, you want to cool them off. There are a few ways to do this depending on the severity of the overheating.
Make sure that you're keeping an eye on your dog in the heat. They can get very hot very quickly. For an extra cool treat, throw a couple of duck feet in the freezer for when you get home.
One of the best things about being an independent company, is we don't have shareholders or investors who we need to do everything for. While most companies will publish a letter to their shareholders we decided to do a letter to our most important stakeholders, our customers.
Here is our reflection on 2017, and a look where we want to go in 2018.