Heatstroke - What should I do?

It's shaping up to be a hot hot hot summer this year, and your pet is not immune. Heatstroke is a very serious, life threatening condition that causes damages to your pets internal organs - if you suspect your pet is suffering from heat stroke they require urgent treatment.

What to look for:

  • High body temp (39 degrees or more)

  • Hot to touch

  • Vomiting

  • Excessive drooling

  • Rapid panting

  • Cat only - panting in general, cat's should never pant

  • Breathing difficulty

  • Distress

  • Loss of coordination

  • Weakness

  • Collapse

What to do: