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January 20, 2016 | By
David Jackson Protecting Your Pooch: Beating the Heat
As the temperature soars, ensuring your furry friend stays cool is crucial. Discover how to prevent and recognize heat stroke in dogs, and the steps to take in case of an emergency.
Prevention is Key
To safeguard your dog from heat stroke, follow these tips:
Indoor Retreat: Keep your dog indoors during hot weather.
Cooling Gear: Invest in dog cooling jackets, mats, fans, or air conditioning units.
Frozen Treats: Create refreshing treats by freezing items like chicken feet, dog treats, or bits of their food in water. Your dog will love licking the icy delight. Signs of Heat Stroke
Watch out for these signs indicating your dog may be experiencing heat stroke:
Lethargy or Drowsiness
Collapsed or Vomiting
Emergency Action Plan
If you suspect your dog has heat stroke, take these immediate steps:
Call the Vet: Seek professional medical advice promptly.
Cooling Measures: Move your dog to a shaded area and gently apply cool (not freezing) water over their body. Avoid pouring water directly on the head.
Towel Treatment: Soak towels in cool water and place them on your dog's body. This helps restore normal breathing.
Hydration: Allow your dog to drink small sips of water to prevent dehydration.
Remember, swift action can save your dog's life. Share this information to ensure all pet owners are well-informed.
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Link Yeast dermatitis in dogs by VCA Hospital:
Link How to treat a Yeast infection by Care:
Link Yeast infections in dogs by Small Door Vet: