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May 09, 2018
Dogs become affected by heat stroke when they are not able to reduce their temperature from panting or replacing fluids quick enough into their bodies. Dogs who are obese, very old, very young, have thick coats or have airway abnormalities – such as flat-faced breeds – are most likely to experience heat stroke. However, all dogs can overheat if exposed to hot temperatures, lack of drinking water and if in an area that is not well ventilated – such as being left in a car.
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Heat stroke takes effect rapidly and needs to be treated quickly; otherwise, it could result in death as heat stroke causes many unseen internal issues.
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If you’re worried that your dog might be suffering from heat stroke you should call your vet and sit your dog in a cool faded place. Heat stroke takes effect rapidly and needs to be treated quickly; otherwise, it could result in death. Give your pet small amounts of cool water and try to cool your dog’s body with cool but not cold water – this can be done with damp-wet towels – or place the dog near a fan.
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