GET THE FACTS ON EXERCISE-INDUCED HEAT-RELATED ILLNESS
DOGS DON’T KNOW HEAT CAN HURT
Your dog’s drive can override his ability to recognize he’s heating up. Push it too far, and he’s at risk of developing a dangerously high core body temperature. As his owner, it’s your responsibility to know when your dog might overheat and take preventative action.
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EXERCISE-INDUCED HEAT-RELATED ILLNESS (HRI):
When a dog’s activity causes his body to generate more heat than he can dissipate.