When temperatures rise in the summer, your dog can really feel the heat. Keeping your dog cool is vital for its well-being, as heat stroke in dogs is a life-threatening condition. Warning signs include panting excessively, moving sluggishly, acting woozy, and losing consciousness. If you observe any of these signs, call your veterinarian immediately.
What should be done:-
Providing Constant Access to Water
Keeping Your Dog Cool
Cooling an Overheated Dog