The dog days of summer can be dangerous for your dog. Warm weather brings a lot of problems for dogs because furry coats hold the heat. Left outside in the sun, dogs can suffer heat exhaustion or heatstroke.
Because dogs have no sweat glands distributed throughout their bodies, they are more susceptible to heat-related discomforts and must rely on panting or sweating by their foot pads to deal with the heat and humidity.
Like you, your dog will appreciate some help battling hot or humid weather.
Here are 10 easy tips to keep your dog cool.