Experts Shed Light On The Dangers Of Beaches For Dogs

Summer is here, and there’s a lot of fun in the sun to be had! And we love to include our furry friends as much as possible. But there are some things to consider when making that next trip to those sandy beaches

Dogs can ingest large amounts of sand, not just from whatever is kicked up into the air but by sticking to toys that they are constantly putting in their mouths, such as tennis balls. A plain rubber ball is a better substitute. Too much salt water can also cause complications. Watch the special report below about one dog they found with lots of sand in his system and see what they had to do about it.