Cinema Vet Blog

Heatstroke can come on quickly and is a dire emergency.

Heatstroke can come on quickly and is a dire emergency. To make sure all your four-legged family members stay safe and cool this summer, read on to learn how to prevent, detect, and treat heat exhaustion. http://www.vetstreet.com/care/heatstroke-in-dogs-and-cats

Hot dog? Tips to keep him cool

Hot dog? Tips to keep him cool: https://www.rover.com/blog/hot-weather-dogs/

Dogs’ paws can get badly burned on hot pavement.

Dogs’ paws can get badly burned on hot pavement. Here’s how to prevent it from happening: https://iheartdogs.com/how-to-tell-if-the-pavement-is-too-hot-for-your-dogs-feet/

The 5 Second Rule: Put the back of your hand on the pavement, and if you can't keep it there for five seconds, it's TOO HOT for your pups feet.

The 5 Second Rule: Put the back of your hand on the pavement, and if you can't keep it there for five seconds, it's TOO HOT for your pups feet.

Just remember: when you put on your flip-flops, your pet is still in bare feet.

Just remember: when you put on your flip-flops, your pet is still in bare feet. If the sand or pavement is too hot for you, it's too hot for them.