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A dry nose during the hot summer is not necessarily a sign that the dog has a temperature. Such weather will usually keep the nose in a hot, dry condition but in fine health. Don’t become concerned unless fever and lassitude are present.
When walking a dog on hot days, be wary of asphalt or tar. Either will cause a painful condition in the dog’s pads. To remove such material from the pads, rub with pure lard or salad oil. Don’t use turpentine or kerosene, these are irritating and can cause infected feet.
Map of Miyanoura, Kagawa Photo Gallery