Signs your Pet needs to get Indoors!
With these preparations its also important to be mindful of changes to your pet such as continued weakness, stiffness, shallow breathing, lack of mental alertness, fixed and dilated pupils, idleness, and loss of appetite. I found that it was helpful for me to install a pooch door, so they can go outside or inside quickly. Also if your pet is outside, take frequent indoor breaks to warm-up and rehydrate. When your pet shakes, whines, anxious, lifts paw off-ground, shivers or immobile, you need to take them indoors immediately!