Here’s How You Can Prevent Your Dogs From Getting a Heat Stroke
It’s safe to say that summer is here, and with that can come some serious dangers, especially for our furry friends who go outside as much as we do. We all know safety tips for humans: staying in the shade, hydrating, and wearing sunscreen…but what about all the safety tips for dogs? If you aren’t aware of the signs of heat stroke in dogs, read this article, because they can’t speak up for themselves when something is wrong, and they depend on you to take care of them! Here are all the things you can do to keep your pet safe this summer:
Heat Stroke Signifiers
For dogs, body temperatures up to 106 degrees Fahrenheit can be deadly. Keep an eye out for these symptoms that show your dog is getting a heat stroke, and help them immediately.