Summer heat

Keep Your Pets Safe in the Summer Heat

Ahhh, summer: You can finally safely take your dog out for long walks and to the park. You can even let your cat (if he or she is an outside kitty) onto the deck or other outside space.

But just because the weather is warmer doesn’t mean it’s entirely safe for your animal. In fact, summertime can present real health challenges for your furry friends. For example, have you ever seen your dog pant—really really panting, almost seemingly without relief? That’s one of the signs that they may be overheating and need your help. In fact, overheating can be so extreme with pets that they can suffer seizures.

Of course, the very best way for you to help your pet stay out of the dangers that heat presents is to not get them stressed to that point at all. If it’s too hot for you outside, it’s too hot for your animals. And remember: They are wearing a fur coat. Here are some tips to use…

Keep-Pets-Cool-Infographic-by-John-Moore

 
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