Just because they’re not complaining about the hot weather doesn't mean your four-legged friends enjoy it. The negative health effects of just a few hours in the heat can hurt your pet in the long run.
Pet owner Chrystal Morgan of
"They play in the water a lot they drink more water. They go out later in the evenings and earlier in the morning and stay in the house most of the day," said Morgan.
Keeping the dogs inside is one option, but for those with outside dogs, hydration is even more crucial.
"Make sure they have access to clean, cool, fresh water in a clean container," said Veterinarian Technician, Susan Norsworthy of