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Heat Stroke In Dogs - What Does It Look Like And How To Handle It

4 monthes ago   |   By iHeart Dogs

People often look forward to the warm weather of summer, but dogs are not always excited about it. That's because heat stroke in dogs is more common for them than it is for humans. Even with all the warnings about hot temperatures, many dog parents still don't take extra precautions. Going for a long walk or playing in the yard could cause health problems for your dog if the sun is blazing down on them. So, it's important to be careful during hot weather to ensure that your dog doesn't suffer from heat stroke.
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