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Sun is not always a positive factor for dogs

Published : 07/28/2017 15:32:40
Categories : Blog

Sun is not always a positive factor for dogs

Sun is not always a positive factor for dogs. If you happen to see a dog in a garden, tied to a chain, or on a sunny balcony, without any protection against the heat, immediately call the Asl or the Zoofile Guards. This is a serious offense of maltreatment and the owner will be investigated. If he does not give the dog safely, he will take the animal to relinquish him to a more capable person or a kennel.

How do we know if the dog was hit by a "heat stroke"? Some symptoms of heat stroke in the dog are:

- breathing is tedious

- Increase in body temperature

- Dry mucous membranes

- the dark red gums

- Dense salivation

- The dog tends to stand back

- The animal can not get up or move

- It's weak

- In the most serious cases, the dog loses knowledge, collages or whims

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