Did you know that your pet could become dehydrated in the winter? With the weather being cooler, we tend not to think about having fresh water available to our furry family members as much as we would during the warmer months.
The air is dryer in the winter months which can play a factor in dogs becoming dehydrated. Also, when temperatures drop outside we turn up the heater in the house. This may cause the dog to pant – when panting, dogs expel respiratory fluids.
The same also goes for us humans. It can be easier for us to become dehydrated as well during the winter. Make sure both you and your pets are getting enough fresh water.