Extreme Heat and Your Pets

During the warmer months we must pay particular attention to the needs of our pets. Dogs and cats have a very different thermostat to that of humans. When temperatures are above 30 degrees, pet owners who don’t provide appropriate shelter and water can expect to see signs of great distress in their cat or dog and in extreme cases, this can lead to death.

The AWL recommends to ensure your pets have:

On extremely hot days:

(taken from the AWL website link below)

Further resources

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