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Signs of Overheating and How to Respond

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Signs of Overheating and How to Respond

Post by bkh on Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:16 am

Signs of Overheating and How to Respond


Watch all dogs for symptoms of heatstroke, such as restlessness, excessive thirst, heavy panting, lethargy, lack of appetite, dark tongue, rapid heartbeat, fever, vomiting, and lack of coordination. If a dog shows any of these symptoms, get him or her into the shade immediately and call the police (if the dog is not your companion) or your veterinarian (if the dog is your companion).
Lower the animal’s body temperature gradually by providing water to drink; applying a cold towel or ice pack to the dog’s head, neck, and chest; or immersing the dog in lukewarm (not cold) water
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