It is so important in this hot weather that you are keeping your pets safe and doing everything you can to keep them cool.
Heat stroke kills dogs and every year vets are inundated with with hundreds of cases. Many owners are bringing their dogs out for walks in the heat of the day causing damage to their loved pets. Never leave your dog in the car, even with the window open.
12-15 °C – no evidence of heatstroke
16-19 °C – for the most part it should be ok, just keep an eye out
20-23 °C – dogs are at risk of heat stroke in if they have underlying issues
24-27 °C – great caution should be taken as dogs will find this temperature uncomfortable
28-31 °C – dangerous for all dogs and life threatening for larger breeds, flat faced dogs and puppies
32 + °C – extremely dangerous for all
If you think your dog has heatstroke act fast and contact your vet immediately. For more information check out the ISPCA.
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