It is the summer season and I know that many of you are having a good time. Generally, summer is the favorite season of many people, and it is only the beginning of it. Not only us, but our dogs love summer also. You can tell by how much they like to go to the beach and swim. Even at home, they like to share showers multiple times during the day, and we cannot really blame them. The weather is very hot, and many meteorologists believe that this is going to be one of the hottest summers by far.
Apart from the fun time that we have, we should also be very careful during this season because the hot weather can be dangerous. Especially from 12-4 pm. it is not recommended to be exposed to the sun as the sunbeams are dangerous for our skin. The same thing stands true for dogs; they need the same care as we do. I know that is difficult to keep things under control, however, each one of us should try our best at being careful.
This year, there are going to be a lot of dogs who go to the beach for the first time. I am pretty sure that most of them will be very excited, and I know that many people would be interested in seeing how these dogs have reacted. One of these dogs who is going to the beach for the first time is Stevie. That is right! When I say the first time, it is the first time in his life.
Stevie is a blind dog, and his owner Alexa Lee was not sure about how her dog would feel on his first outing at the beach. Well, soon she realized that she had nothing to worry about. In fact, it turned out that Stevie loved the beach and had a really good time. He was playing with the other family dog named Bobby and enjoying the sunny day. I believe there are going to be many other beach days for Stevie.
What is important is the fact that he feels comfortable and really loves playing in the sand. Despite being blind, he is very happy with his life and that is all that matters. A special thank you should go to Alexa and any other dog owner who adopt dogs with disabilities and give them the same opportunity to a happy life that other dogs have. Way to go!