Which of the following is a symptom of heat stroke in pets?
Panting, drooling, sleeping a lot, or all of the above?
The correct answer is, all of the above.
Heat stroke is a serious condition that requires immediate veterinary attention. It occurs most often on hot summer days with symptoms that include rapid panting or difficulty breathing, drooling and lethargy. If your pet is exhibiting any of these symptoms, please call our office immediately. Your pet may be experiencing a life threatening emergency, and every minute counts.
Want to learn how to beat the heat and keeps your pets cool in the summer sun? Read our tips on how to keep your pets cool.