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5 Easy Tips To Protect Your Pet From Heat This Summer

Provide Ample Water

Provide fresh and clean water at all times to keep your pet hydrated in hot weather.

Create a Cool Environment

Set up a shaded area or create a cool shelter for your pet to escape from direct sunlight.

Limit Outdoor Activities

Avoid outdoor activities during the hottest parts of the day; opt for cooler morning or evening walks.

Never Leave Your Pet in a Hot Car

Never leave your pet in a hot car, as it can quickly lead to heatstroke or death.

Watch for Signs of Overheating

such as excessive panting or lethargy, and take immediate action to cool them down and seek veterinary care if needed.

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