HEAT AND HUMIDITY
While not poisonous substances, heat and humidity from summer weather can be deadly to pets since most pets don’t perspire like humans. Instead, they use their lungs to get rid of excess heat. As the ambient temperature and humidity rise, their ability to cool in this manner fails and they suffer from heat stroke.
Common signs of heat stroke include rapid heart rate, heavy and noisy breathing, dazed appearance, glazed eyes, drooling or vomiting, and collapse. If your pet shows any of these signs bathe him with cool, not cold, water and seek immediate veterinary care.
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