Posts Tagged ‘heatstroke in pets’
Heatstroke is a form of hyperthermia where the dog’s body temperature rises above the normal 101/102 degrees to about 106 or higher. Dogs can’t sweat or cool themselves the way we can. They only have sweat glands on their paws and the tip of their nose. If not treated immediately, a dog can suffer organ [...]
Some parts of the country are getting cooler and some parts are experiencing heat waves. It’s important to remember that our pets can suffer heat stroke and become extremely ill during the hot summer days. Here are 5 tips to prevent heat stroke 1: Bring outdoor pets inside and give them access to cold water, [...]
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