Do not force your dog to go into the water. Salt water can irritate
their paws and infect their ears. The dog may get very hot so spray them with regular water before returning home.
Do not let your dog stick its head outside the window because
dust particles may irritate its eyes and they may try to jump out
Fleas and Ticks
pick up a lot of ticks while outdoors. A vet can recommend various sprays, oils, powers, or bath preparations.
Jogging in the heat may damage a dogs paws. If you have an elderly
dog extensive jogs even fatal. So try taking jogs early in the morning or late at night so the pavement is not as hot.
Leaving Dogs in Cars
Leaving a dog
in the car may be life threatening, even if the window is open or the car is in the shade. Temperatures can reach 160 degrees
Make sure your dog has all his vaccination shots because warm
weather brings out animals with diseases
Make sure your dogs water bowl is ALWAYS full with water. Without
water your dog might receive heat exhaustion