Provide Ample Fresh Water: Ensure your dog has access to clean, cool water at all times.
Limit Outdoor Activities: Avoid strenuous exercise or outdoor activities during the hottest parts of the day.
Create Shade: If your dog spends time outside, make sure there's a shady spot for them to relax in.
Use Cooling Products: There are various cooling products designed for dogs, such as cooling mats, vests, and bandanas.
Freeze Treats: Create homemade frozen treats by blending water with dog-friendly ingredients like chicken broth, yogurt, or peanut butter.
Avoid Hot Pavement: Hot pavement can burn your dog's paw pads. Before taking your dog for a walk, touch the pavement with the back of your hand.
Never Leave Your Dog in a Hot Car: Even on a moderately warm day, the temperature inside a parked car can skyrocket within minutes, leading to heatstroke or even death.