Keep your furry friend hydrated during hot days. Always provide fresh water and consider a doggie pool to cool off
Avoid walking your dog on scorching pavements. Opt for early morning or evening strolls when it's cooler.
Protect your dog's paws from hot surfaces with booties. They provide insulation and prevent burns
Regular grooming helps regulate body temperature. Brush your dog to remove excess fur and promote airflow
"Ensure your dog has access to shaded areas or a covered shelter to retreat from the sun."
Never leave your dog unattended in a parked car. Temperatures can rise rapidly and become deadly
Be aware of signs of overheating: excessive panting, drooling, lethargy, or vomiting. Seek immediate veterinary help if needed.