Warning: I am not a veterinarian. All advice I give should be taken with a grain of salt, as with a lot of advice you may read online. I just like to help animals, through helping their pet parents, with the 19 years of experience I have gained by working in veterinary medicine. Ultimately, you should consult your veterinarian before trying anything yourself at home.
Hot summers, humid or dry weather, can cause a lot of different types of skin issues for your dog.
Most dogs have thick coats, whether short or long, these coats provide protection from all kinds of elements.
The dogs with the thickest, longest coats can be more prone to issues caused from the heat due to the way the coats hold heat and moisture close to the dog’s body.
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