Keep an eye out for heat stroke in dogs as temps climb

As temperatures climb in many parts of the country, veterinarians are reminding dog owners to be on the lookout for heat stroke, the early symptoms of which can include panting, bright red gums, staggering and disoriented behavior, says Michigan veterinarian Joel Smiler. He advises dog owners to use cold water to cool down dogs that seem to be suffering from the heat, and quickly take the animal in for veterinary care because the condition can progress rapidly.

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