More than half of dogs that are taken to veterinary clinics with severe heatstr…

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🌡️ More than half of dogs that are taken to veterinary clinics with severe heatstroke go on to die from the condition, according to researchers from Nottingham Trent University and the Royal Veterinary College ☀️ As much of the UK basks in warmer weather – researchers are urging owners to be more vigilant in watching out for the early signs of heatstroke in their dogs so they can take action before their pet’s condition worsens. Respiratory changes and lethargy are the two most common early signs of heatstroke ➡️ Read more at: https://rvc.uk.com/dog-heatstroke-research2021

The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) nuotrauka.
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