Texas can get REALLY hot, but it gets even hotter for pets - check out the picture below to learn:
What symptoms to look for
What do to if you suspect heatstroke
What to do for your pet on a hot day
What NOT to do on a hot day
Average body temperatures (in Celsius)
Types of pets most susceptible to heatstroke
& The effects heatstroke can have on your pets
Remember, with heatstroke do not take a "wait and see" approach - Be aware of the signs and symptoms and seek immediate veterinary help!
Have any questions or concerns? Give us a call at (936) 634-9412 or at our emergency line (936) 634-9413!