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Times of India - June 24 2022 | Mistakes That Dog Owners Make During Summers

As the temperature rises, it’s officially the dog days of summer and your four-legged companion can’t wait to spend quality time with you. Well, Summer is the best time to have fun with your fur baby but hot weather can also make your pet uncomfortable. The normal body temperature for a dog is typically between 99.5°F-101.5°F and when it goes above 101.5 F, chances are that your pup may get hyperthermia. This is why vets always advise keeping your pets hydrated during summers. Pet parents should also know all the overheating symptoms for their pets which includes excessive panting, difficulty breathing, increased heart, and respiratory rate, drooling, mild weakness, etc. Some serious symptoms may also include seizures, bloody diarrhea, and vomit along with an elevated body temperature of over 104 degrees………..Read More





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