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Leash law is in effect in the state of Arizona and is enforced in all areas of Fisher's Landing Resort.
                                                   PLEASE REMEMBER TO CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR PETS!

SUMMER PET SAFETY -- from PetFinder.com
 
HEATSTROKE CAN BE DEADLY
Keep your dog healthy and happy by learning what to watch for.
 
COMMON SIGNS of HEATSTROKE INCLUDE:
  • Excessive or exaggerated panting
  • Lethargy
  • Weakness
  • Drooling
  • High fever
  • Dark red gums
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Unresponsiveness to commands and surroundings
  • Vomiting
  • Collapse
  • Staring/anxious expression
  • Warm/dry skin

If you think your dog may have heatstroke, head straight to your vet's office. It could save your dog's life!

Learn more at http://www.petfinder.com/pet-care/infographic-gallery-browse-all-summer-safety-tips-summersafetytips/ for shareable infographics, how to avoid heatstroke and nore must-know summer safety tips.

 

 

Make sure your dog has a lifevest. It is recommended to have your dog wear it while riding in the boat. While most dogs can swim, they are not made for swimming long distannces. Something that many people don't know about is HYPNONATEMIA, low blood sodium. This condition is well-documented in the human medical world, but not so much in the canine veterinary counterpart. How does low blood sodium happen? Overly enthusiastic dogs (think Labradors!) can ingest too much water as they swim and swim and swim, causing them to become sick, Signs of HYPONATREMIA are:

  • an unsteady or drunken gait
  • vomiting
  • collapse and even seizure.

There is no home remedy for severe cases; you must get your dog to a veterinarian immediately. For mild cases, water restriction, a quiet environment, and a small, somewhat salty meal may help.

                                                                  

                                        from Best Friends magazine - July/August 2013

 

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