Pet owners are spending more time outside with their pets in the summer. To prevent your pet from overheating, here are some simple precautions;
Pets can get dehydrated quickly; make sure they have plenty of fresh water whether it’s hot or humid outside.
Make sure there are shady areas for your pets so they can get out of the sun.
Make sure you know the different symptoms of overheating in your pet:
Increased heart and respiratory rate
Stupor or collapse
Elevated body temperature over 104 degrees