Christopher Saul | Mid Bay News | July 24, 2022
Although the traditional dog days of summer should end on Aug. 11 according to the Farmers’ Almanac, in Northwest Florida those hot, humid days can last well into September.
For canines, the summer days prove brutal, with heat creating challenges for pets and owners alike.
Professional dog trainer Christina Flynn offers suggestions for keeping dogs cool during peak summer heat along with ways that owners can keep their dogs occupied inside during the hottest time of the day.
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