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If It’s Too Hot For You, It’s Too Hot For Your Dog

The temperature is rising, which means The high heat of summer can becomes extremely hazardous for your dogs paws. There is a simple test in which you can do to check whether the pavement is too hot for your pet’s paws by doing the “seven-second test”. Simply touch the asphalt with your hand. If you can’t keep it there for 7 seconds without it hurting, then it’s too hot for your pet.

Veterinarians recommend you start paying attention to asphalt temperature when the air is 77°.

When it’s 77° outside, the asphalt will be close to 125°.

Plus dogs are bound to get dehydrated quicker in excessive heat, so be sure to bring a lot of water with you.

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