Like humans, dogs' skin can burn from too much sun exposure.
Dogs Can Burn
The nose, ears, belly, and groin are especially vulnerable.
Avoid being outside during peak sun hours. Seek shade.
Limit Midday Sun
Apply dog-safe sunscreen to vulnerable areas before going out.
Have your dog wear a hat, shirt, or UV protecting gear outside.
Redness, peeling, tenderness, and blisters may indicate sunburn.
Know the Signs
If you suspect sunburn, consult your vet, especially if there are blisters or lesions.
Seek Veterinary Care