While the longer days of summer are enjoyable for most pets (and humans), the heat can pose dangers to pets. Sunburn, heatstroke and burned paws are the more common hazards pets face during summer months. Skin cancer is also common in cats and dogs, even if their fur provides a layer of protection.
Here are some tips to keep your pet safe while having fun under the sun:
We hope these tips help you and your pet have a great summer. As a final tip,we recommend watching out for signs of overheating or heatstroke. If your pet is drooling excessively, is panting or has bright red gums, help them cool off and then bring them to the vet to be checked.« Previous Next »