You probably know the basics of how your body keeps itself cool in hot weather. Your sweat glands produce perspiration, which has the effect of cooling off your body. This is an effective cooling tactic, but heatstroke is still a danger to humans. So you can imagine how much more of a danger the heat poses for your dog, who doesn't have sweat glands, except in their paws, and who is limited mostly to panting as a way to keep cool.
29 April 2018
When you are a pet parent, you want to make sure that they are as healthy as can be. One way to do that is to make sure that they are getting regular checkups at their vet's office, just like you would go in and see your doctor regularly. There are a lot of things that your vet will do when you take your pet into their annual checkups. 1. Vaccinations
12 March 2018