Do not leave your pets in a parked vehicle even for a short time. You are putting your pets at risk even if you leave the windows cracked or air conditioner running, temperatures can still rise quickly and your pets can get serious illness or death.
Do not exercising, walk or play with the dog in the hottest part of the day. Best time is in the morning or evening. If you can't hold the back of your hand on the pavement for five seconds it's too hot to walk your dog.
Look out for heat exhaustion, trouble breathing, excessive panting, increased heart rate, weakness or collapsing. If the temperature in your house it's too warm for you, it's also too warm for your pets.
Do not leave your dog unsupervised by the pool. Be sure your dog knows how to get out of the pool by practice several times how to use the pool stairs with your dog. Put a life-jacket on your dog when you take the dog boating.
Professional Pet Sitting Services offered in the Upper to Mid-Pinellas County Area