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Summer colds occur because warm days with chilly nights affect susceptible pets. A slight chill often leads to colds, tonsillitis, bronchitis, and other respiratory infections.

A word of caution regarding summer chill in puppies: Puppies can be playing happily in the sunshine one minute and almost immediately, with the disappearance of the sun, be shivering in a chilly wind. This is dangerous for the uppy; there easily develops a cold or more severe infection, such as pneumonia or distemper.

Spring is often dangerous because of the changeable weather. When putting out young dogs or toy breeds, see that they don’t get cold, or provide a shelter into which they can retire if the weather should change.

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