How to keep your dog cool on a hot day (In case you can bring your dog indoors.)




On hot summer days, even if your dog is in the shade of a roof, your dog can suffer heat stroke.

Walking on hot summer days is especially dangerous.

The hot concrete can burn your dog's feet and the heat storage and reflected light from the concrete can cause your dog faint.

It's best to avoid walking your dog during the day, especially on sunny days, and do it in the morning or evening.






When your dog is at home, you can use a fan or other means to give your dog a breeze, but weak dogs, such as puppies and older dogs, need to be kept in an air-conditioned room.


The one thing you need to be careful about when letting your dog into a room is not letting him chew on the electrical cords! .

Dogs may get an electric shock, and dogs with a tendency to chew will chew other furniture as well.


When letting your dog into your home, it's better to place him in a larger cage with a door.

You can prevent accidents by only allowing him to go out of the cage when you can see him.

You may feel sorry for your dog being confined in a small space, but Shiba Inu is a dog that has lived in a small den from a long time ago. Needlessly expanding their territory can cause them suffer stress.