Infographic: Signs Of Heatstroke In Dogs
When summer rolls around, it’s’ time to enjoy the precious time outside with your dog; but in order to stay safe, make sure to recognize the signs of heatstroke in dogs.
Looking for ways to keep your dog cool during hot summer days? Try giving them a DIY dog ice cream treat or a DIY ice lick.
And remember, when it comes to leaving your dog in hot cars, “just a minute” is too long! It only takes 10 minutes for the inside of your car to reach a temperature that can cause heatstroke. Let others know that it’s not okay to leave your dog in a hot car and find out your city’s non-emergency police services number and animal services number so you can report it if you see it.
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