-Don’t forget to adjust your pugs daily routines, they are 6 times more likely to get heatstroke compared to other breeds, even just from sitting in the heat for too long.
-Walk them very early or late or not at all.
-Never leave them in confined spaces that can heat up quickly, cars or conservatories.
-Know the signs of overheating; excessive panting, confusion, bright red gums, vomiting or diarrhoea and how to cool them down safely.
-Give them cold water to drink (never ice, it may cause shock), space, shade & ventilation. Place then on a wet towel.
-If symptoms persist or deteriorate consult a vet immediately.
Enjoy the summer weather, safely! 😎🐾
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