Always provide your dog with plenty of fresh and cool water to prevent dehydration.
Hot pavement can burn your dog's paws. Before heading out for a walk, touch the pavement with your hand to ensure it's not too hot.
Create a shaded area in your yard or bring along a portable canopy or umbrella when spending time outdoors with your dog.
Even with the windows cracked, temperatures inside a car can quickly become dangerously hot.
Dogs are susceptible to heatstroke, which can be life-threatening. Watch for symptoms such as excessive panting, drooling, weakness, vomiting
Modify your dog's exercise routine during hot weather. Avoid intense exercise during peak heat hours and opt for shorter walks
Just like humans, dogs can get sunburned. Apply pet-safe sunscreen to exposed areas such as the nose, ears, and belly.