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4 Tips for Taking Your Dog to the Beach This Summer

Posted by Glady Gines on

4 Tips for Taking Your Dog to the Beach This Summer

Most of us wait all year for the warm weather, sunshine, and long days that come with summer. That said, it's not always easy to enjoy the summer fun when you're a dog parent, as you can't leave your pup for extended periods. Many people avoid adopting pets because they believe it limits them and their lifestyle. However, while it may be true that you can't forget about your furry friend, you can do more with them than you think. Check out these tips for taking your dog to the beach this summer.

Go to a Dog-Friendly Beach and Be Respectful

If you take your dog to the beach, ensure the beach actually allows dogs on the property. Unfortunately, some beaches don't allow pets, which you should respect—plenty of beaches welcome dogs with open arms.

If the park allows dogs, be sure to maintain respect for other people and the property to ensure the dog-friendly policy can continue. So make sure to clean up after your pup, and don't let them wander away from you.

Bring Tons of Water

Water is essential on a hot day, especially for your dog. Even though they'll most likely want to drink from the lake or ocean, you should prevent them from doing so by providing an abundance of fresh, safe drinking water. If you notice your pup panting hard after playing at the beach, give them some water to drink, as they can otherwise overheat.

Pro Tip

Pack a collapsible dog bowl for the beach trip to give your four-legged friend easy access to their water.

Make It a Comfortable Trip

Depending on how far you live from the beach, the trip might be uncomfortable for your pup. If the drive is a few hours, you should consider tiring them out beforehand to make it easier for them to sleep in the car. Additionally, you can make them even happier with comfy car beds for dogs. Although traveling might not be their favorite thing, going to the beach is worthwhile for many pups.

Keep an Eye on Your Pup

Although going to the beach together can be an incredible experience, there are many harmful things your dog can eat, drink, or get into. For instance, they might consume spoiled food that other people left, drink too much lake or ocean water, or step on sharp pieces of broken glass. Keeping a close eye on your pup is the best way to ensure their safety throughout the day.

Pro Tip

Consider protective booties for your dog's paws on beach days!

Now that you know a few tips for taking your dog to the beach this summer, you can make the most of your time together. In fact, bringing your dog can make your summer adventures even more fun!