1. Heat Stroke
Heatstroke can be fatal if the warning signs are ignored. Cats, dogs and small pets can suffer in hot conditions; here are our top tips on spotting the signs and taking preventative measures:
Unfortunately the most common cause of heatstroke in dogs is easily the most avoidable. Careless owners leaving their pets in the car is the number 1 cause of heatstroke. Even on an average summer day when the outside temperature is 22°C the temperature in a car can rocket to a stifling 47°C in less than an hour with the sun beating down.