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Heatstroke in Dogs
Dogs do not sweat through their skin like humans.
They release heat primarily by panting, and they
sweat through the foot pads and nose. If a dog cannot
temperature begins to rise. Unfortunately, too many
Preventing Heat Stroke
day, regardless of whether the windows are open.
rise up to 34 degrees per minute!
outside, opt for shady areas.
ment, whether in a hot car, crate, or doghouse is
enough to send a dog’s body temperature skyrock
breeds, like Pugs
minutes if necessary.
Signs of Heat Stroke
Increased temperature (A dog’s normal body tem
Dark red gums
Tacky or dry mucus membranes
Collapse and/or loss of consciousness
If You Suspect Heat Stroke
the sun right away.
Begin cooling your dog by placing cool, NOT
pecially under the front legs, in the groin area, on
into your dog’s mouth.
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