Every Dog Owner Should Learn This 5-Second Trick to Prevent Burnt Paws

There’s a lot to think about when it comes to dog safety that sometimes slips our mind.  Everyone knows not to leave a dog in a hot car, yet some people still do.  Did you know the effect hot pavement can have on a dog’s paws?

Hot pavement can do serious damage to the pads on a dog paw.  Asphalt sucks up the sun’s rays and heats up in a hurry.  All beach goers know what it feels like to walk on the hot street with bare feet…

Featured here is an important tip for all dog owners to learn.  Hot asphalt is more problematic than we may have ever thought…

If the temperature of the asphalt rises too high, it can easily burn the skin on your dog’s paws.  On an 85 degree day, the asphalt can easily become too hot…

The video on the following page will teach you how to ensure the pavement isn’t too hot for your dog to walk on.  No one wants burnt paws, right?  Check it out next!

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