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Art In The Attic
I will be participating in Art In The Attic at Almonte Old Town Hall (14 Bridge St) on Mothers’...
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To tell if your dog is dehydrated, slide your finger under his cheek and rub his gums. The area should feel wet and slimy. If your finger sticks to the gum, it is tacky and you dog is dehydrated. Another way of checking is the skin test. Grasp the skin over your dog's shoulders (the scruff). pull it up and gently give it a twist. In a well-hydrated dog, it should snap back into place. With dehydration, the skin is slower to fall down. The greater the dehydration, the slower it moves back into position.