Last August I posted about the how fast the temperature can rise in cars with the summer heat. I can’t believe we are still reading (and seeing on the news) about people who are just not using there brains when it comes to this issue. Hot cars aren’t the only problems we encounter as part of the summer temperature changes. Keep in mind that humidity, hydration and exercise are just a few things that should also be monitored when it comes to your pet’s summer health. And don’t forget about summer storms and possible power outages – are you prepared? Here are Six Tips for Summer Safety. Stay cool amigos.