Obese dogs and short-nosed dogs are more likely to have heat stroke. Short-nosed pets such as pugs, Beijing dogs, bulldogs, Shih Tzu, etc., the owners of these breeds must take precautions and take care of their own treasures. So how do you distinguish between a dog's heat stroke?
Symptoms of heatstroke
- Very high body temperature, often above 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit)
- Purple blood spots on the skin and gums
- The gums turn red, or blue-violet (anoxic)
- Gasping, or breathing difficulties
- Crazy drooling, even vomiting
- Diarrhea may bring blood
- Symptoms of the nervous system, such as loss of balance, fainting, epilepsy, death
How to prevent pets from getting hot summer?
- Don't leave your pet alone in the car
- Provide enough water for pets
- If you bring pets outdoors, make sure you have a shaded place.
- Don't let your pet stay in a hot place
- Don't take a pet out for a walk at the "Poison Sun"
- Long-haired pets can consider shaving, but keep a certain length
- Remove your pet from a hot place
- Provide cold water for pets to drink
- Chill with cold water
- An electric fan blows hard
- Cool down with cold water on the soles and ears
- Do not use a towel to apply cold, it will have a warming effect.
- Remember to take your pet to the hospital for further treatment.
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