10 Warning Signs Your Dog Might Have Heatstroke

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Last Updated on January 12, 2021

Before we even jump to the heatstroke symptoms, let’s talk about what is a heatstroke. A heat stroke is something that happens when our bodies overheat. One of the leading causes of stroke is being exposed to high temperatures for a long time, making your body temperature rise considerably. When it comes to dogs, if their body temperature is 103°F or 39.4°C, know that it is not normal, and you should check that out. And if their body temperature is at 106°F (41°F) or more than your dog is experiencing a heatstroke and you should do something about it as soon as possible! But unfortunately, we don’t always have a thermometer with us, so how can you tell if your dog is having a heart stroke? Here, we will give you a list of stroke symptoms your dog might have, and in the end, we will provide you with some tips on how you can treat a heat stroke in dogs.

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