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Hot Weather

Dogs in Hot Weather

It’s that time of year again when the sun’s out and we all start to feel the heat. Dogs have to rely on heat evaporation through their paws, mouth and nose to stay cool and those with shorter muzzles, like French Bulldogs and Pugs, do tend to find this more difficult. 
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Dog Cool

Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer

Summer made its first appearance last week but it's important to remember, even on an overcast day, the temperature can be a lot for a dog to handle.

Dogs can't cool themselves down by sweating like humans can, so they rely on the heat being released through their paws and through panting. However, even this cooling system isn't very efficient in a hot environment, and overheating can lead to dehydration, heatstroke and even death.

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