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How to Keep Your Bull Terriers Safe During Summer

Your Bull Terrier probably enjoys the beautiful summer weather just as much as you do. Unfortunately, your Bull Terrier's chance of developing a heat-related illness or injury rises with the temperature.

1. Limit Outdoor Time on Hot, Humid Days

Heat and humidity levels affect your Bull Terrier's health and comfort. While some Bull Terriers tolerate heat and humidity well, others can quickly become overheated. Reduce the risk of heatstroke by restricting outdoor play time to the cooler morning or evening hours.

If there's an excessive heat warning for your area, don't let your Bull Terrier spend hours outside in the hot sun. Your Bull Terrier will be much comfortable indoors where heat and humidity can be controlled by air-conditioning and fans.