Dog Heat Stroke: Recognize And Prevent It 

Heat Stroke in Dogs 

Heat stroke can be life-threatening for dogs, especially during hot summer days. Recognizing the signs early is crucial for their well-being 

Excessive Panting 

Dogs regulate their body temperature through panting. If your dog is panting excessively, it may indicate heat stress 

Restlessness and Discomfort 

Restlessness, pacing, or signs of discomfort can be a clear indication that your dog is struggling with the heat 

Pale Gums and Tongue 

"Check your dog's gums and tongue. If they appear pale or bright red, it could signal heat-related issues 

Vomiting and Diarrhea 

Heat stroke can lead to vomiting and diarrhea. Seek immediate veterinary attention if these symptoms occur 

Supervise Your Dog

Heat exhaustion may cause weakness or collapse in dogs. Get them to a cool place and offer water 

Preventing Heat Stroke 

To prevent heat stroke, avoid strenuous activities during peak heat, provide shade and plenty of water, and never leave your dog in a hot car 

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