While we observe habits to stay safe in extreme heat this summer season, we should also keep in mind the health of our pets. They are a part of our family after all and they don’t have the means to take care of themselves from weather changes. To ensure the health and safety of our pets during hot weather; follow these tips.
Some part of the Philippines had been experiencing severe hot weather these past few weeks with a recorded temperature heat index (HI) of as high as 51.5 degrees Celsius (that’s about 124.7 degrees Fahrenheit). This extreme heat is still expected to continue this month of May. It might even get worse in the coming years not just in the Philippines but in the whole world, as a result of climate change.