Not all sunscreens are safe for dogs. Look for dog-specific sunscreens with pet-friendly ingredients that provide broad-spectrum protection without harmful chemicals.
Apply sunscreen on your dog at least 30 minutes before sun exposure, and reapply every two hours, especially if they love spending time outdoors.
Don't forget to apply sunscreen to your dog's nose, ears, belly, and any exposed skin. These areas are more vulnerable to sunburn and need extra protection.
Certain dog breeds with lighter fur or less hair are more at risk of sunburn. Discover the best sunscreen options for your specific breed.
Before applying sunscreen all over your dog's body, do a patch test to check for any allergic reactions. Look for signs of irritation or discomfort.
Consider dressing your dog in light, breathable clothing that covers their skin to provide an extra layer of protection from the sun.
If your dog doesn't tolerate sunscreen application, consult your vet for alternative ways to protect them from the sun's harmful rays.