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It’s important to remember that when the temperature increases your pets will be feeling the heat too and they’re going to need your help to stay cool.
Prevention of heatstroke can be achieved by:
A dog with heatstroke typically presents with excessive panting, distress and collapse.
If you suspect heatstroke in a dog, consider the following actions:
Disclaimer: No liability is assumed for the content of this article. Advice given is not a substitute for proper consultation with a veterinary surgeon, and is intended as a guide only, to the best of the author’s knowledge. You should consult a pet’s registered veterinary surgeon if you have any concerns in relation to the health and welfare of an animal under your care. In an emergency, seek this advice urgently. If you find any potentially erroneous information in this update, please inform your manager – knowledge of this condition is an evolving process, as is veterinary medicine.