Nickel City Pets
With summer now in full swing, the temperature has risen and people want to spend more time outdoors with their dog. This combination of high temperatures and increased activity leads to the concerning problem of heatstroke or heat exhaustion. Heatstroke can impact dogs in a wide variety of ways, from mild heatstroke to organ failure. If the correct steps are taken, heatstroke can be prevented or, if it becomes necessary, treated safely and correctly.