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- Selecting a PFD with a locator beacon or device that triggers an alarm when it gets wet. If your dog goes overboard, you will know right away.
- Being aware of heatstroke symptoms, which include heavy panting, lethargy and drooling. If you see these signs, wet your dog with cool (not cold) water, head for shore and shade, and call your veterinarian immediately.
- Never hook your dog’s lead to the boat. This can be fatal if the boat sinks or capsizes. Attach one end of the lead to your dog’s harness or pet flotation device.
- Make sure your dog's personal flotation device has a lifting handle to make it easy to hoist your dog from the water. Give your dog time on land to get accustomed to wearing it.
- Help your dog get his sea legs by gradually introducing your pet to the boat and the water. Give your pet a chance to explore the surroundings while the boat is docked. Turn on the engine so he get accustomed to its sound, smell and feel. Take short cruises and gradually build up to longer trips.
- Protect your dog from the heat by providing shade and plenty of water, and wash the deck with cool water to protect his paws.
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