“On an 85-degree day it takes only 10 minutes for the interior of your parked car to climb to 102 degrees. In a half hour, it can reach 120 degrees. And leaving windows partially open doesn’t drop the temperature inside the vehicle.” -Dr. Becker, Mercola.com
Does your pet have a “sensitive stomach”? While this term is a bit generic, looking for common signs of sensitive digestion issues can help clue you in to what your pet’s issue might be.
If you have a diabetic pet, make sure to work closely with your veterinarian to determine which foods will work best for your dog. Diabetes is serious. Sometimes canned foods are the best option, as they contain less carbs than kibble, thereby having a lower glycemic index.