Prevent Pet Heatstroke This Summer

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Hot sun and high temps can be tough for pets to tolerate, especially senior pets, overweight pets, and those with certain health conditions. Brachycephalic dog breeds like pugs and bulldogs, and snub-nosed cats like Persians and Himalayans are also at an increased risk of overheating.  

At Animal Medical Center, we want you to enjoy summer activities with your pets. Our team has put together some pointers to help you spot the signs of pet heatstroke. Plus, we’ve got plenty of ways to keep your pets cool when temperatures heat up.