Heatstroke: Pets can easily overheat in the summer, especially if they are left in hot cars or lack access to shade and water.
Dehydration: Lack of proper hydration can lead to serious health issues for pets during the hot summer months.
Sunburn: Just like humans, pets can suffer from sunburn, particularly those with light-colored or thin fur.
Poisonous Plants: Some common summer plants, like lilies and azaleas, can be toxic to pets if ingested.
Pests: Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes are more prevalent in the summer, posing health risks to pets & transmitting diseases.
Drowning: Pets, especially dogs, are at risk of drowning if they are not supervised near swimming pools, lakes, or bodies of water.
Hot surfaces: Pavements, sand, and other surfaces can become scorching hot in the summer, leading to burns on pets' paws.