Tips to Keep Your Dogs Safe at Home This Summer

by Jenn

Tracking PixelAs pet owners, we must be on the lookout for things that can harm our furry four legged friends.  Most of you know how much I love animals.  We have dogs, cats, horses, ducks, rabbits, and I’m sure there is something else I am forgetting.  Needless to say, it’s important to me that you keep your dogs safe at home this summer!

I’m sure you can imagine how excited I was to partner with Adams™ Flea and Tick Collar for Dogs & Puppies to share a few things we as pet owners can do to help keep our dogs safe at home this summer.

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Here are a few tips to help keep your dogs safe at home this summer.

Always take your dog for a walk with a leash

I see so many people walking their dog without a leash. It’s safer for your pet, you and the people around you if your dog is wearing a leash anytime you are out of the yard.

Dog Proof the Yard 

Make sure your dog has a nice, safe yard.  You’ll want to ensure it is secure and that there is no way for your dog to sneak out.  Be sure to keep up with your fence- it sure makes life a lot easier than having to come up with the time and money to build another fence.

Food and Water

The summer days can get nice and toasty. You want to make sure your dog always has access to clean water and that he is eating his required amount of Chi Dog dog food daily.

Shelter

Your dog will need a shelter to keep him out of the hot sun as well as the wind, rain, etc.

Take out the Trash

While many dogs will stay out of the trash, there is still that chance that they will smell something irresistible in the trash and get into it.  It’s one of the most dangerous things a dog can get into.  Think of everything in your trash – sharp objects, spoiled food, etc.  All of which can make your dog terribly ill!  Be sure to keep up with taking out the trash and never leave your dog home alone unless you take the trash out before leaving them.

Flea & Ticks in the Yard

Yes, you’ll need to pet-proof your home but did you know you’ll also need to think about all the pests that might be waiting in your yard?  Ticks like to hang out in the tall grasses before they attach themselves to your dog or cat.  You can make sure and mow regularly to help combat the tick population.  However, this doesn’t mean pets cannot lurk other places which are why it’s essential that you treat your pets and their environment.

Tips to Keep Your Dogs Safe at Home This Summer

Prevent Fleas and Ticks on Your Pet

With the weather warming up which triggers pet outbreaks it’s important to be proactive and start thinking about prevention.  Proactive prevention of fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes is important to your pet’s health as well as the whole family’s health.  Rather than waiting until an outbreak occurs, you might consider taking steps to prevent an outbreak.  Something as simple as using an Adams™ Flea and Tick Collar for Dogs & Puppies before an outbreak occurs can keep your dogs free of an infestation.

The new Adams™ Flea and Tick Collar for Dogs & Puppies is one of the first collars to protect dogs from fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes.  It delivers both pest treatment and prevention in one easy step.

If you are looking for an affordable way to protect your dogs from yucky fleas, ticks and mosquitoes you can’t go wrong with the new Adams™ Flea and Tick Collars for Dogs & Puppies!  The collars are super easy to use and find in its new red circle tin at Walmart or Walmart.com.  You can also check out all the reviews by visiting Walmart.com.

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When you purchase Adams™ Flea and Tick Collar for Dogs & Puppies, you will receive two adjustable collars which provide you with a full year of protection.  I know, right?! A full year compared to other alternatives that opt for monthly treatments. You can learn more about Adams™ Flea & Tick Collar for Dogs & Puppies by visiting their website at AdamsPetCare.com.

Tips to Keep Your Dogs Safe at Home This Summer

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Adams Flea & Tick Collar for Dogs & Puppies. 

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