With high temperatures, we need to be careful with heath strokes, but we should also protect our dog's paws.
Your dog's paws are like "thickened skin", but they are also sensitive to wounds, cuts, blistering...
Protect Your Dog's Paws
Puppies have more delicate paws than adults, also big dogs are more sensitive because of their bigger weight.
You have to realize that your dog doesn't wear shoes, and pavement can reach very high temperatures. Put your the back of your hand on the road, if you can't keep it there for a few seconds, it's also too hot your dog.
Try to avoid pavement as much as possible, or go for a walk once the temperatures have dropped.
You should also be careful at the beach. Not only because the sand can reach high temperatures, but also because the sea water may soften your dog's paws too much. They could crack.
If your dog cut his or her paw with a broken shell or glass, be aware those injures tend to bleed a lot and also take time to heal. Keep pressure to stop the bleeding and go to the vet as soon as possible.
Products To Protect Your Dog's Paws
There are some products to treat small injures or to keep paws hydrated, even to protect them before long walks. If your pup has any type of injury already, Aloe Vera also works very good.
There are also some boots for special cases. If you think your dog might need ones, ask your vet for some advice.
If the wounds take too much time to heal, come back to the vet to rule out other problems.