Download the Extreme Heat: Preparedness & Response Actions for Pets

Our Central Valley gets extremely HOT during the summer and if you can’t stand the valley heat, have you thought about your pets?

Hot asphalt and cars are very dangerous for our dog and cat friends.

Vehicle temperatures rise quicker than we realize. When temperatures reach 100+ degrees outdoors, temperatures can reach 140+ degrees in your car!

IMPORTANT! You must take the necessary steps and actions to make sure your pet is keeping cool during the hot summer days. Do you know what they are?

Download our extreme heat guide and get 14 tips to keep your pet safe during the summer heat.

In this guide you’ll learn:

  • Protect your pet’s paws - How to test asphalt heat
  • When it’s best to exercise outdoors
  • Should your pet use sunscreen
  • How to recognize the signs of a heat stroke
  • And much more!
Learn how to keep your pets safe!

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