Summer season is fast approaching. These days, the heat in summer feels hotter than when we were all growing up, doesn't it? Imagine just hot our pets feel, especially if they like to hang with their humans outdoors. Wether your pets love hanging out with you, or not, they do have to spend a bit of time outdoors in all types of weather. Summer can be brutal for dogs, since they have tons of fur and overheat easily. We're happy to help provide some summer pet safety tips

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Summer Pet Safety Tips

If you have a pet, you'll want to make sure to follow these summer pet safety tips as soon as the warmer weather hits your area.

Make sure they drink plenty of water

Always have a full bowl of water in the house, and if they're outside with you, provide plenty of drinking water. When you go out with your pet on any adventure, even a small one like a walk around the block, bring a bottle of water just for them. Trust us, they need the water. 

Provide shade

When outside, make sure your pet has plenty of areas to relax in the shade. No one wants a pet suffering with heat stroke. 

Never leave your pet in the car

Cars heat up quickly, and are no place for a pet to hang out. Even if you think your visit to a store won't take long, it's still too long to leave a pet in the car. Just leave your beloved pet home whilst making car trips, if there's a chance you may have to leave them in the car for any fraction of time.

Walk your pet at the right time of the day

If your dog loves walks around the neighborhood, make sure to do them early in the morning or in the evenings. Never have your walks in the middle of the day, when the sun is at its strongest. 

Keep their paw pads cool

Hot streets and cement can cause a lot of pain on bare paws. Try to keep your pets on the grass, and on shady parts of streets or patios. 

Know the signs your pet is overheated

Know what to look for when it comes to an overheated pet:

  • heavy panting
  • dry or bright red gums
  • thick drool (because the regular drool isn't gross enough, right?)
  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • unsteady legs

And be sure to have your pet insurance policy in place, just in case of an emergency situation. We're happy to offer assistance in this area, as we recommend a fantastic pet insurance company here at Tango Insurance.


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