Proper hydration is key. Make sure your pet has access to fresh water at all times to prevent dehydration.
Provide ample shade to protect your pet from the scorching sun. A shaded area is a must for outdoor time.
Avoid strenuous exercise during peak heat hours. Opt for early mornings or late evenings for walks and play.
Treat your pet to ice treats and frozen toys to help them cool down and stay entertained.
Hot pavement can burn your pet's paws. Test it with your hand; if it's too hot, keep them off.
Regular grooming not only keeps your pet's coat in check but also helps with temperature regulation.
Never leave your pet in a parked car. Even with the windows cracked, it can quickly become dangerously hot.