Keep Your Pet Safe in Summer Heat

Summer Heat

Summer heat can be dangerous for pets, especially dogs. Pets can quickly overheat and develop heatstroke, which can be fatal.

Signs

Heavy panting, Bright red gums, Dry nose and tongue, Unconsciousness

How to Prevent?

Take your pet for walks in the early morning or evening when it is cooler.

What to Do?

If your pet is unconscious, call your veterinarian immediately.

Other Ways

Provide your pet with a kiddie pool or other shallow water to cool off in.

Dog Overheats

If your dog is unconscious, call your veterinarian or animal emergency hospital immediately.

Conclusion

By following these tips, you can help keep your pet safe in summer heat.

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