As winter fades away into spring, flowers are beginning to bloom. Those flowers attract stinging insects like bees … but bees and dogs don’t always get along. Usually, your dog’s curiosity and friendly nature is a wonderful thing. But, making friends with a bee can cause problems.

Some dogs eat bees and get stung in the mouth. Other times, dogs get stung by a bee on their paw or their nose! Then you might worry if your dog’s allergic to bee stings. What does it look like when your dog’s been stung by a bee? What can you do for your dog when he gets stung? How do you treat a bee sting on a dog? 

Don’t worry … we’ve got the answers to all those questions for you!