Guide to Dehydration in Dogs

This site contains important advice for pet lovers during the summer months. It’s surprisingly easy for our furry friends to become dehydrated, especially dogs because they’re often so very active.

This site details the dangers of dehydration in dogs and breaks down the signs that your pup is in distress. There’s also important advice on what to do if your animal becomes dehydrated, it’s not as simple as just putting out a big bowl of water.

I don’t have a dog, but I’m glad to have this information in case I do run across the issue someday. At least I’ll know how to help.

Click here to learn what to do:

One thought on “Guide to Dehydration in Dogs

  1. Good advice. I need to heed it for myself, also.

    Cyn, I have a question for you. What is a Wireless-N USB Adapter? One of my subscription people sent it to me sometime ago as a freebie, it’s been in the drawer for a couple of years now, I’ve never used it. Because I don’t know what it’s for! It’s still in its original hard plastic coffin. No instructions with it.

    Also regarding USB.This HP All-In-One has USB 3 ports. I tried using one of my old USB 2 thumb drives in order to have Microsoft install its newest OS (1903?) and it wasn’t recognized. I guess that means I need to get a 32 Gig USB 3 thumb drive. Which got me to wondering; just what is this USB Adapter I have?

    Thanks in advance, for your excellent explanation!


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