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Making the Outdoors Safe for Your Dog During Spring and Summer - Rockford Pet Care | Examiner.Com


Animals  (tags: outdoors, children, pets, animals, humans, weather, healthconditions, safety, risks, health, pets, cats, dogs, protection )

Dianne Ly
- 665 days ago - examiner.com
As the weather changes, allowing for more outdoor fun, it is time to pet-proof the yard and dog kennel for safety and potential dangers. Children and pets love to spend a great deal of time enjoying sunshine, cool breezes and outdoor fun.



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Terry V. (30)
Sunday June 2, 2013, 5:49 pm
Don't forget late spring is time for young wild animals to come out with their parent. Once it's dark I ALWAYS leave the yard light on for my dog and for me to look for possums, raccoons, etc before letting him outside. I do this ALL the time, but am much more careful when it's "baby" time I do live in a large city.
 

Lydia S. (161)
Sunday June 2, 2013, 7:18 pm
Good advice , As our two dogs are small , our other is a pekingese they always have a human escort when
they go into the backyard , they are so accustomed to this now they will wait for me on the patio step !
 

Danuta Watola (1234)
Monday June 3, 2013, 2:14 am
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