Must Know Summer Safety Tips for Dogs

Never Leave Your Pet in RV/Car

A parked Car/RV is one of the most treacherous spots for your pet during summer. Most people assume that it is okay to leave their pet in the car if the temperature outside is not deadly. Big or small dogs, cold or hot, leaving them inside a closed car or RV brings them fatal conditions.  But, that is not the case. It doesn’t have to be that warm outside for a car to become dangerously hot inside.

Use a Pet Monitor to constantly monitor the temperature inside the car.

Here are some shreds of evidence

Hot Pavement

On a sunny day, the pavement heats up really fast. Taking your fido for a walk on such a day can cause burns and blisters in their paws.

Place your palm on the ground, if it is hot for you, then it is definitely hot for your dog.


Dehydration can be a major problem during summer. It occurs when the body loses more fluid than it’s taking in and lead to serious diseases like kidney disease, heatstroke, cancer, and diabetes. 

Keep plenty of fresh water available all the times. Carry a bottle of water when you take your dog for a walk.

Minimum Exercise

It is recommended to not walk your dog when it is sunny This can cause a lot of health issues like sunburn and heatstroke. Your dog might never say a “No” for a long walk. But, you should!

You can take your dog for a walk during early mornings or late evenings. You can also indulge your pet in Indore activities such as running the stairs and games like tug of war, run & fetch etc.


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