Know and share the "five-second rule"

It's July and summer temps are just getting heated in Texas. 

We love this tip for testing the pavement when walking your dogs, courtesy of the Moon Valley Canine Training Center in Sonoma, Calif.

The five-second rule

Place the back of your hand on the pavement. If you can't keep it there for five seconds, it's too hot to walk your dog.  
If you didn't know about this rule, chances are your friends don't, either. Consider sharing this article!
It's July and summer temps are just getting heated in Texas. 

We love this tip for testing the pavement when walking your dogs, courtesy of the Moon Valley Canine Training Center in Sonoma, Calif.

The five-second rule

Place the back of your hand on the pavement. If you can't keep it there for five seconds, it's too hot to walk your dog. 
 
If you didn't know about this rule, chances are your friends don't, either. Consider sharing this article!

It also has some great tips for taking care of your dog if you suspect they're overheated. 

Please keep your pets safe, cool, and hydrated this summer!

http://abc7news.com/weather/how-to-tell-if-its-too-hot-to-walk-your-dog-outside/820045/

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