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Here at Camp Bow Wow, we are excited to roll out our Pawcasso art series this July! We will be painting a firework scene incorporating your pup’s paw prints. The cost of the painting is $20 and all the money raised will benefit the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation (paint and supplies are provided). The dates for the series will be Monday, July 15th and Saturday, July 27th so stay tuned for details on what we will be painting.
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WATER SAFETY TIPS FOR DOGS by Camp Bow Wow
With summer here, it’s splash season for a lot of dogs and pet parents! For most, there’s nothing better than cooling down with a dip in the ocean, lake, or backyard pool. No matter where or even if your dog is a natural swimmer, it’s important to take water safety seriously. Here’s our list of top tips:
- Rule of thumb. Not all dogs are natural swimmers and if you are unsure about your dog, check out their stature. In general, dogs with short legs, large chests, and short muzzles will have a harder time swimming. Take extra precaution with these pups and be sure to follow the safety measures listed here.
- Knows what’s up. If you’re heading to the beach with your dog or taking them out for a boat ride, make sure things are safe by checking the surf and weather report for dangerous tides and currents. Also, be aware of storm surges and unusually warm water temperatures, which can cause a dangerous jellyfish infestation or blue-green algae growth.
- Never force a dog into the water. Even if your dog is a natural water dog, you should still introduce them to water and understand their comfort level. This will ease any anxiety you both may have and will make the experience more enjoyable. If your dog displays any signs of discomfort, don’t force them to go in or you will scare them or worse, have an accident and ruin the fun.
- Preserve a life. While the natural water dogs instinctively know how to swim, you’ll still want to put them in a life preserver if you’re out on a boat or paddleboard. If your dog isn’t a natural swimmer, it’s best to have them wear a life preserver at all times while they’re in or around water. In both situations, not only will a life preserver keep your dog afloat but it will also make them easier to spot and gives you something to grab onto if they jump or fall in.
- read the rest of the article on Camp Bow Wow’s website here https://www.campbowwow.com/blogs/2019/june/water-safety-tips-for-dogs/