Always carry water for your pup on summer walks. Keep them hydrated to prevent overheating.
Choose cooler times of day for walks. Early mornings or late evenings are ideal to avoid scorching heat.
Hot pavement can burn your dog's paws. Use paw wax or booties to protect their sensitive pads.
Plan walks in shaded areas to shield your dog from direct sunlight. Trees and buildings offer relief
Brachycephalic breeds struggle more in heat. Limit their walks and watch for signs of distress.
Know the signs of overheating: excessive panting, lethargy, drooling. Stop and cool down if needed.
Enjoy water play during walks. Find a dog-friendly pool or splash in shallow streams.