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Beat the Heat

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Have the coolest cats and dogs in the neighborhood.

Beat the heat basics

  • Avoid the car. Cracking the windows is not enough.
  • Water, water everywhere. Keep your pet’s bowl filled with water. Keep water handy on walks and pet outings.
  • Use sunscreen. Human sunscreen should work, but avoid the kinds with zinc oxide. When in doubt, use special pet sunscreen.
  • Keep your pet indoors as much as possible. Outdoor shady areas may not be cool enough.

Beat the heatstroke

  • Heatstroke is a life-threatening condition. Take your pet to the vet or nearest animal hospital immediately if it starts to exhibit the following symptoms: excessive panting, lethargy, weakness, drooling, or dark red gums.
  • On the way to the animal hospital, cover your pet in cool, wet towels. Try to apply these towels to hairless areas like the belly or paws.
  • Keep your pet near a fan or air conditioner if possible.
  • Do not use ice water. It can cool your pet too quickly, causing further complications.

Beat the heat treats

Peanut Butter Frozen Treats for Dogs
Purr-fect Puff Pops for Cats


If your pet has a pre-existing medical condition, consult your veterinarian before adding a new food to its diet. Also, these recipes are for intermittent or supplemental feeding only and are not replacements for a complete or balanced diet.