Heatstroke in dogs

If dogs get too hot and are unable to regulate their body temperature by panting, they may develop heat strokes that can also kill. It is very important to keep a lookout for the signs of heatstroke which includes high body temperature, shaking legs, and glassy, fearful eyes. You should immediately take steps when you spot these signs and move them to a cooler place , give them lots of water, and call the vet. However, to prevent heat strokes in them, you can follow this infographic that will give you all the essential tips to prevent and identify heat strokes in your dog. 

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