Ensure your dog stays hydrated by providing fresh water at all times. Keep a lookout for signs of dehydration.
Protect your dog's paws from scorching pavement. Opt for morning or evening walks when it's cooler.
Provide shade and shelter to keep your furry friend cool during the hottest hours of the day.
Never leave your dog in a hot car, even for a few minutes. Temperatures can rise dangerously fast.
Consider dog-safe sunscreen for breeds prone to sunburn, especially on their noses and ears.
Adjust your dog's exercise routine to cooler times to prevent overheating and exhaustion.
Be aware of heatstroke symptoms like excessive panting and seek immediate veterinary care if needed.