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You'll be amazed by the level of service Pet Lodge Pet Resort provides to their clients and their clients' owners. Their prices are in line with boarding facilities that do nothing but warehouse your pet. Consumer Investigator Dale Cardwell, president of TrustDale.com, trusts Pet Lodge Pet Resort to provide a warm, loving environment for your pet in order to give you peace of mind of knowing your beloved animal is actually enjoying their time away from home. Click HERE to receive your exclusive Pet Lodge Pet Resort/TD Deal of the First overnight visit FREE for new clients! Call or submit your e-mail today! Plus, you get the Pet Lodge Pet Resort/TD Make It Right Guarantee!

TrustDale Tip of the Day: *Seasonal Pet Care Tips

Spring and Summer

If you must ship your pet by air during hot weather, send your pet in the early morning or evening when it is cooler and try to avoid peak periods when delays are more likely. Most travel crates have cups for water; fill all of the cups and freeze some so water is still available later in the flight.

o In the summertime our schedules often change; be aware that these changes can affect your pet and could result in temporary housebreaking or other behavioral problems.

o Prevent free access to pools where a pet could get trapped and drown before help arrives. Always closely supervise your pet in a pool, pond or other body of water. Don't presume that your pet can swim; many can't. Pet stores carry pet life vests-like people, your pet should always wear one when on a boat.

o Sea, lake or standing water can give your pet digestive problems and possibly more serious disorders. Bring along water for your pet if you are going to a lake or seashore. Removing tires and draining other items that can collect water around your house will reduce the chances that your pet will drink standing water.

o Your pet can get sunburned too, especially those with light colored noses or fur. If your pet is susceptible to sunburn, apply sun block to its nose and the tips of its ears.

*Source: http://www.capp-petplacement.org/petcare_seasonal.pdf