Hot Weather Means Hot Pavement For Your Pets!

 

As our Suncoast summer temperatures continue to rise, pet owners must always pay attention to their pet’s surroundings, especially when going outside. You always want to make sure they are hydrated and are also being kept cool, it’s essential to look out for paw pad burns on your dog or cat whenever your pet is outside.

A good rule of thumb is if the pavement is too hot for your hand it's too hot for your dogs' and cats' paw pads.

Dogs and Cats can get burnt paw pads from walking or running on hot pavement or flat surfaces like tennis courts, especially during our hot summer months.

 

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