Heatstroke and Summer Pet Safety

cute beagle lying on the grass in the parkEnjoying the outdoors with your pet is one of the perks of summer. The warm weather provides longer days, opportunities for trips to the lake or pool, and more play time in the yard–all of which can be hard to resist for people and pets alike.

Summer also means taking the necessary precautions to help protect your pet from heat-related illnesses such as dehydration, overexertion, and heatstroke. You don’t want to spoil your summer and endanger your pet, resulting in an emergency call to your veterinarian, or worse.

Keeping Your Pet Happy and Hydrated

Providing an endless supply of fresh, clean drinking water is essential to keeping your pet healthy and safe during the summer heat. Continue…