Fayston, Vermont. While temperatures at our mountainside home are usually cool at night, daytime summer temps plus high humidity can make the pack doggone uncomfortable. Here are my top three tips to stay cool this summer, even during those dog days:
One: Provide fresh water
Two: Install a pool
Three: Stay shaded
I hope these tips help you stay cool and feelin’ groovy until the leaves start to turn.
In all seriousness, please don’t leave your dog in the car, practice basic commands so your dog is a good citizen, and take Fido with you whenever you can because life’s adventures are always more fun with a dog.
Have a wonderful summer!
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