Protect your pets from overheating. Avoid walks during peak heat, provide shade, and never leave them in a hot car.
Ensure your pets have access to fresh water at all times. Hydration helps them stay cool and healthy in the summer heat.
Hot surfaces can burn your pet's paws. Walk them on grass or use booties to prevent painful burns from pavement.
Use flea and tick prevention to safeguard against pests. Consult your vet for the best options for your pet's needs.
Not all pets are natural swimmers. Introduce them to water gradually and consider using a life jacket during water activities.
Pets can get sunburned too! Apply pet-safe sunscreen to their exposed skin, especially if they have light-colored fur.
Know which plants are toxic to pets. Keep them away from harmful flora, and watch out for signs of allergies like excessive scratching.