Vets urge pet owners to protect pets as temperatures soar

A Lincolnshire veterinary practice is warning owners not to let their pets suffer in the sun – and never leave them in vehicles.
Temperatures are set to rise in the coming days, but while hot weather is great news for humans it can be uncomfortable and unhealthy for pets.
In some cases, heat can be deadly for pets - so owners need to be extra vigilant when temperatures soar.
Excessive panting, anxious pacing or, in severe cases, collapsing or convulsing can be signs that your pet could be suffering from heat stroke and you should contact your vet immediately.
Eastfield Veterinary Hospital,... read more

 
24 June 2018 in Regional East, Views: 38
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