Krystl Dontell-Sasser is the General Manager of SoBo Dog Daycare & Spa. As a child Dontell-Sasser helped her mother foster and rehabilitate dogs that were severely abused. Dontell-Sasser said she feels like she understands dogs more than people. She provides five tips on how to keep your pet cool this summer.
Swimming in pools and open water such as, the ocean can be a great way to spend your summer with your children. However the information on unintentional drowning rates in young children is alarming.
The CDC says public swimming pools are contaminated with fecal matter a majority of the time.
Just in time for a warm weekend, every pool in Baltimore City opened on Saturday. City leaders say they’re more than just a way to cool off.
Escape the summer heat by splashing into these fun, family friendly water works. No matter the experience level or need to beat the heat, these local venues promise safe, exciting amusement all season long. With fun extras from tubing to sand volleyball, sweat it out and cool it off with Baltimore’s best waterparks and pools.
The hottest day in Maryland. Friday’s triple-digit heat broke records with an all-time high of 106 degrees at BWI-Marshall airport and 108 degrees in Baltimore City.
People all around Maryland are trying to stay cool from the excessive heat.
For the past few years, city budget troubles have limited the number of days municipal pools have been open.
August-like temperatures have a grip on Maryland. A heat advisory is in effect for much of the area, and we hit triple digits.