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Preparing Pets for Summer

PEOPLE PET VET DR. EVAN ANTIN TELLS HOW TO MAKE SURE YOUR BEST FRIEND HAS FUN IN THE SUN WHILE STAYING SAFE
Dr. Antin’s top summer tip: “Always offer fresh water and shade for your pets outside, no exceptions.”

Watch for Bee Stings

Dogs can have allergic reactions to bee stings. If you think your pet ate or was stung by a bee, look for a swollen face, vomiting and diarrhea. If your canine shows these symptoms, take it to the vet immediately.

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