Your dog needs a cool, shady spot to relax in during the day. If you don't have a shady spot in your yard, you can create one by using an umbrella or canopy.
It's important to make sure your dog has access to fresh, cool water at all times. Check your dog's water bowl regularly to make sure it's full and not hot.
Walk your dog early in the morning or late in the evening when the ground is cooler. Avoid walking your dog on hot pavement or concrete, as it can burn their paws.
If you have a pool or access to a lake or river, let your dog cool off by swimming. Swimming is a great way for dogs to cool down and get some exercise at the same time.
Regular grooming will help keep your dog's coat cool and free of mats. A short-haired dog will be cooler than a long-haired dog.
Take them for short walks in the shade and avoid playing fetch or other activities that will make them sweat.
If your dog is showing signs of heatstroke, such as excessive panting, drooling, vomiting, or collapse, take them to the vet immediately.