Last year, the U.K. experienced its warmest and sunniest June since 2010, with temperatures ranging to 22.2 degrees Celsius. To cool off, humans have their sweat glands to release heat within the body in the form of sweat, but for your dogs it’s a different story. Too much heat and humidity can raise their body temperatures to dangerous, even fatal, levels.
Now that the weather will most certainly reach warmer temperatures this coming summer, it’s best to watch out for these warning signs of heat stress and heat stroke on your pets. If possible, these early signs of heat stress and heat stroke should be seen and treated immediately by trusted Croydon vets.