High Risk Of Heatstroke In Dogs Form This 7 Breeds

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heatstroke in dogs

Last Updated on February 3, 2021

Dogs love to stay on the balcony warming up and receiving the sun’s kisses. While this is healthy from time to time, too much exposure to UV rays can end up causing heatstroke in dogs. Animals, unlike us humans, do not have sweat glands. That is, they do not sweat through the skin, but the footpads and the wheezing of the nose. That’s why heat dissipation is slower in dogs. As an effect of that, the internal heat increases, and the body cannot lower the temperature by itself. Therefore, it is important to know how to recognize the signs and which dog breeds have the greatest pre-dispositions to heatstroke.

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