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12 Ways To Prevent Heatstroke In PetsWatch for signs of distress with these handy hints.

Summer is here and with it, the inevitable Australian heat. 

There is often no relief from the heat for weeks at a time in summer, so it is important to monitor your pets to ensure that they do not overheat and end up suffering from heatstroke.


Heatstroke (also known as heat stress) in pets is where an animal can’t get rid of body heat as fast as they are building it up. Heatstroke can result in your pet suffering from brain damage, multiple organ failure, and ultimately death. 

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