The risks of heat-related illnesses for dogs during summer and how to recognize signs of overheating.
Ensuring your dog stays well-hydrated is crucial. Discover effective ways to encourage and monitor their water intake.
Avoid the peak heat of the day and reduce strenuous outdoor activities to protect your dog from heat exhaustion.
Create shaded areas in your yard and use cooling products like mats and vests to offer relief from the sun's intensity.
Hot pavement can burn your dog's paws. Learn how to test surfaces and protect your pup during walks.
Maintain your dog's coat by brushing and trimming, allowing for better air circulation and cooling.
Be prepared for emergencies. Learn how to cool down an overheated dog and when to seek immediate veterinary help.