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How to Prevent Your Dog from Overheating

Updated on February 5, 2019

After spring summer will come. The heat of the summer season is unbearable. Not only human but also our family pets challenging to bear up this heat. So as masters we also have a responsibility to keep our pets comfortably during this season. Though some breeds can face high temperature, some are unable to face it. It is our responsibility to give more attention to our dogs during this summer season.

1. Be Sure To Keep A Bowl And Water With You At All Times


Though ice water helps to prevent the thirst, it is harmful to our Dog's belly. So provide them with plenty of water but in below or at room temperature.

2. Make Sure Your Pooch Has Access To Shade

During the heat, we always search a shade to cover from the sun. Under the shady area, we feel comfortable and relaxed.

While you stay outside with your pet during this sunny, you should observe him or her carefully.

If the dog is panting continuously take him to under shady area and let him or her feel the coolness of under shady area.

3. Never Leave Your Dog Unattended In The Car

When the temperature is high, please do not keep your pet in the car as it will get heat very quickly. So do not leave your pet in the car at least a few minutes.

4. Don’t Give Large Meals to Your Dog When It’s Hot Outside


Usually, on heat days refrain from giving the heavy meal to your Dog as it tends to get some health diseases. Such as stomachache, vomiting, and diarrhea.

As a result of these illnesses, your pet will dehydrate. Providing small meal keep your pet happy and healthy during the summer time.

5.Kiddie Pools

Kiddie Pools are one of the ideal methods for your pet to live freshly and comfortably. These Kiddie Pools are available in Walmart.

They cost $ 10-20. Make sure to clean the pools every 2 or 3 days.

6.Be Mindful About Exercise

Please refrain from taking your pet on the pavements during the sunny as it makes him or her trying to walk on it and it will be painful for their paws.

Though walking is necessary exercises for your pets do not take them late morning or afternoon as outside is sweltering. If it is above 90 degrees, keep them inside or under a shady area.

Provide your pet to two or more wet towels or ice pack to lie down. Always measure his or temperature. The average temperature of the hound is 102.5.

However, when you measure the temperate of the body, the temperature will be 104; please take your dog to the vet. As a result of the heat, the dogs which have double coat will get breathing difficulties.

Top 10 Tips : How To Keep Your Dog Cool In The Summer.

© 2019 Amie Conwall


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