5. Provide Your Pup with Some Frozen Treats
Who doesn’t love a frozen treat on a hot summer day? We, humans, head to the nearest ice cream shop once we see a little bit of sun and dogs just like we enjoy a cold treat on a hot day. Bigger Bolder Baking has great frozen treat recipes that will keep your furry friend cool during summer days.
6. Know the Signs of Heatstroke In Dogs And What To Do
For any dog owner, their number one priority is the health of their pet best friend. Educating yourself on signs of a heat stroke could help avoid danger to your dog. Some common signs of heatstroke in dogs are: excessive panting and salivating, vomiting and diarrhea, seizures, disorientation, and clear discomfort.