Looking for ways to keep your dog cool during hot summer days? Try giving them a DIY dog ice cream treat or a DIY ice lick.
And remember, when it comes to leaving your dog in hot cars, "just a minute" is too long! It only takes 10 minutes for the inside of your car to reach a temperature that can cause heatstroke. Let others know that it's not okay to leave your dog in a hot car and find out your city's non-emergency police services number and animal services number so you can report it if you see it.
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Infographic: Signs Of Heatstroke In Dogs
Summer is here! Enjoy the precious time outside with your dog, but stay safe! Recognize the signs of heatstroke in dogs and keep cool.