Summer time is here and that means much more time spent outside for your pet. This means it is important to keep tabs on him or her as it gets hotter outside be sure to watch for symptoms of heat stroke for your pet.
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This is what I did with my golden retriever when she got older I actually shaved her down to make it look like she’s a labrador retriever during the summer months and I'm going to tell you what a huge difference that made.
I don't think we realize that even though our pets fur is short he or she will still feels a lot more of the heat than we do so I also suggest for your pet safety to brush them a lot more in the summer time to keep their coats thinner.
(Pet Information – If your going to shave your pet then be sure for your pet safety, if your dog has fair skin he can get a sunburn.)
Another big mistake people make in the summer time with their pets is we exercise them just as much as we did in the winter time. They should exercise a little less or just a little less running around will keep the symptoms of heat stroke down for your pet.
(Pet information – Dogs don’t think about dehydration.)
For your pet safety if you are running or going on long walks in the heat to keep symptoms of heat stroke down carry water for your pet with you.
Signs of heat stroke for your pet?
They will start to pant very heavily, then go into a shallow type of pant because your pet is literally getting dizzy and will hyperventilate until they just drop. Other, symptoms of heat stroke for your pet is a lack of movement they will also seek out places where it's colder look for these kind of symptoms of heat stroke for your pet.
When you see symptoms of heat stroke for your pet don’t dowse them in cold water for your pet safety just simply wet a towel with cool water and soak the towel over the dog. If your pet is showing symptoms of heat stroke you can for your pet safety use that cool towel and, put it on your pets face, chest, and groin to help speed up the cooling process.
We hope these couple of pet safety tips for your pet will help you protect your best friend from symptoms of heat stroke.
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