It is already very hot, but we expect real heat next week. With that in mind, it’s worth protecting yourself and your pets as well.
Anyone who has the opportunity should not be on the scorching day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. We have been warned about this for days. In addition to consuming a lot of fluids, we can also facilitate our body with a healthy diet. Morning ventilation, then shading the room, using the various cooling equipment (fan, air conditioning) can make even the biggest heatwave bearable.
If we protect ourselves in this way, it is logical that we also pay attention to the animals we treat as family members in the heat. Schedule dog walks in the early morning or cooler late evening. We do not leave any animals in the car. We provide them with a shady shelter where we change fresh water several times a day.
The risk of heat stroke at this time is much more pronounced for pressed-nosed dogs and is also dangerous for older animals.
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