Did you know your dog can get a sunburn?

It turns out they can, especially on their less furry areas like the tips of their ears, around their lips and nose, or on their belly. They are often even more susceptible if they have thin, light-colored coats and light skin.

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As the days get longer and the Texas sun really makes itself known in the hot summer approaches, it is increasingly important to keep your pet safe. This includes keeping them cool and out of the sun to avoid any threat of sunstroke or sunburn.

Keep scrolling to see how you can keep your dog safe in the Texas sun.

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