Beating the Heat!
Heat stroke and Heat Exhaustion are not only serious and life threating with us. Your 4 legged family members don't speak our language so it is important for us as owners to be responsible and look for warning signs.
Heat Exhaustion is generally the early stages of your Pup(s) begining to overheat. This is where you need to take action and get your pup(s) body temperature down, by bringing them inside to a cooler area, near a fan and of course fresh water. By doing this you can greatly reduce the next stage which is more deadly heat stroke.
Some Heat Exhaustion Symptoms
Nausea and or Vomiting
Reddening of skin inside ears