When we think of summer we think of things like going to the beach or the park. We’re out and about enjoying the weather and all of those fun summer activities.
The same goes for our canine companions. They’ve been kept in all winter too and have sweet dreams of splashing around in the water and chasing balls through a field. It’s a fun time for all.
Despite this, we always end up looking for a way to beat that summer heat!
Too long in the sun can make us feel sick and exhausted. It’s important we keep cool and don’t overexert ourselves.
The same can be said for your dog. They get hot and exhausted too, but can’t tell you. They may not even realise how hot they are. That’s why it’s your job to look out for them and tell them when they’ve had enough play time.
So, let’s take a look at what you need to watch out for, why keeping cool is important, and what you can do to help keep your dog playing hard this summer.