This summer season, the heat of the sun is at it’s peak. Thus, makes our dogs more prone to heatstroke because of the high temperature level. It’ll always be wise to be one step ahead and know all the signs and symptoms of heatstroke before it hits your beloved dog.
Preventing Heatstroke in Dogs http://www.drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm?aid=1375
Give Your Pet a Safe and Happy Summer http://mynaplesvet.com/give-your-pet-a-safe-and-healthy-summer/