With the start of daylight savings and the summer season upon us, we are all eager to venture outside and enjoy the great outdoors with our dogs.
While summer outdoors can be loads of fun be sure to take steps to protect your dog from heat stroke. Whether going for a walk, a ride in the car, or just playing out in the yard, the heat can be harmful and lead to heat stroke or even worse more serious conditions such as a stroke or cardiac arrest.
Learn more on identifying the signs of heat stroke and how to keep your furry friend cool and safe this summer.
Understand the causes
Any hot environment can cause heat stroke in dogs, but the most common cause is a careless action by a pet owner, such as leaving a dog in a car or...