Heat Stroke

It's easy to misread signs of heatstroke in your dog and it can be deadly. The following excerpt from an article by Robert Newman in Dogs Naturally magazine:

You’re walking along with your 80-pound, long-haired shepherd one warm, sunny afternoon. You’re breaking a bit of a sweat, but you feel just fine in your shorts and tank. But then you look over at Thor, and he’s not looking too good … his eyes are glazed, he’s panting heavily and he’s starting to pull back on the leash. Other signs to look for:

Excessive panting

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