Keep your dog hydrated during hot days. Always provide fresh water and carry a portable bowl for outdoor adventures.
Protect your dog's paws from burns by avoiding hot pavements. Walk them during cooler hours or on grassy areas.
Never leave your dog in a parked car, even for a few minutes. Temperatures can rise rapidly, leading to heatstroke.
Provide ample shade and a cool shelter for your dog to relax outdoors, away from direct sunlight.
During peak heat, limit vigorous exercises to prevent overheating and exhaustion in your furry friend.
Regularly groom your dog to remove excess fur and keep their coat well-maintained for better temperature regulation.
Be aware of signs of heatstroke, such as excessive panting, weakness, and vomiting. Seek immediate veterinary attention if you notice any.