Preventing Pet Overheating

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Oh Boy!  August temperatures are quite warm most places. In Florida, here it is at least 90 degrees out

almost every day, and in closed places such as cars, the temperature is extremely brutal.  I was reading an

article about “How to Prevent Overheating in your Dog”. I find it to be quite helpful for many pet

lovers, and especially owners.

Here are some symptoms of overheating:

Heavy Panting

Heavy Thirst

Hazy Eyes

Weakness.

These are just some based on the article. Make sure to read more here.

I for sure love to take my pet everywhere, and many do, but when it comes to these types of temperatures,

it is important to be aware, and to make sure that they are comfortable, hydrated, and shaded, and protected.

 

 

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