Heat stroke

What should you do if your dog suffers from heat stroke?

These are the signs you should look for:
-excessive panting
-rapid heartbeat
– bright red gums and tongue
-diarrhea and or vomiting
-lethargy, stupor, seizures
-rectal temperature 104-110F

First thing to do if you think your dog suffers from heat stroke:
-Bring your dog to a cool place, shade, grass
-Give him water to drink
-put cool compress on the dog, not ice!!!
-Get your dog to the veterinarian as soon as possible!
-Stop the compresses when his temperature reaches 103FHeat-Stroke-Infographic-2