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Ice Water A Big No, No!

Ice Water A Big No, No!

Ice to chew or ice water to lap up is a big No, No! There is no reason for a dog to have ice/ice water.  Normal water at room temperature, or cooling with cold towels on the inner thigh, is the best way to help cool your pet.  Let’s look at it this way. If  you, as a person, fall into a frozen lake what happens to your muscles?  They cramp.  This is the same as a dog’s stomach.  When your pet is over heated and he receives ice/ice water it may cause violent muscle spasms in his stomach which in turn may cause bloating and distress.

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