Summer may not have officially arrived, but outdoor temperatures have been soaring all across the country. Many well-meaning pet owners taking their pooches outside to enjoy nice long walks are noticing their dogs are reluctant to tag along. This veterinarian and author have had several clients comment on their dog’s lack of energy, pep and…
Spotting heat stroke in dogs isn’t always easy. Veterinarians say these are the signs every dog owner should know.
Common signs of canines suffering from the too much sun may include: Excessive panting, salivation, bright red tongue, red or pale gums, thick, sticky saliva, depression, weakness, loss of balance, vomiting (sometimes with blood), and diarrhea.
Following these expert-approved Pool Safety Tips will help keep your dog safe all summer long. There’s no better way to spend a summer day than lounging poolside with the fam, including your dog. But that idyllic summer day holds potential dangers to your pet’s health. While there are no confirmed statistics on just how many dogs drown in pools each year
With temperatures soaring you need to keep your pets cool this summer and avoid pet heat stroke. Pets don’t sweat! That’s a fact. Knowing when your pet is overheating is key to avoiding canine heat stroke this summer.
Dr. Carol Osborne is a world-renowned veterinarian and author. She shared some great tips with Fox 8’s Stefani Schaefer on how to keep your dogs cool during the summer heat.
A visit to the swimming pool, the local creek, or the ocean helps us stay cool during the “dog days” of summer. But what about our canine companions – how do we keep them cool?