You've probably heard that you should consume eight cups of water daily. And what about your dog?
While most canines will gulp down water when it's time to quench their thirst, your pup may be an exception.
Every day, you should give your companion fresh water. Your dog has the same requirements for clean water that you do.
Do not leave bowls in direct sunlight; rather, keep them in a cool, shaded area of the home. A warm bowl will discourage your canine from drinking.
Dogs need about an ounce of water per pound of bodily weight per day.
Always make sure your dog has access to fresh water, whether you're at home or on the go, and learn the warning indications that he or she is dehydrated.
Your canine may require more if he or she is particularly energetic or a young puppy. When it's hot and dry outside too.
When a dog's dehydration is suspected. Take your pet to the vet promptly if their condition is not improving or is getting worse.