How do you know if your dog is coping in the heat? With record summer temperatures forecast, researchers from the Royal Veterinary College (Dan O'Neill) and Emily Hall and Dr Anne Carter from Nottingham Trent University share what every dog owner needs to know about heat-related illness to keep their dog safe in hot weather.
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26 Aug 2020 | Emily Hall
Heat-related illness - more commonly known as 'heat stroke' - is a potentially fatal disorder that can affect both man and animals. Understanding why it happens, and which dogs are most at risk, could help to prevent this deadly disorder. Emily Hall, Anne Carter, and Dan O'Neill explain what to look out for and how to keep your dog safe.
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