To Help Prevent Heat Exhaustion/Heat Stroke
Provide clean, fresh water at all times.
Restrict exercise during the hottest parts of the day.
Keep your pet protected from the sun and in a cool place. Avoid high temperatures (above 85-90 degrees Fahrenheit) and humidity, and poor ventilation.
During hot, humid weather keep your pets inside if possible. Limit your pet's exercise during these hot and humid periods. Even light exercise on a hot day can be too much. Do not leave your pet in a closed automobile. This is an invitation to tragedy
Immediately Notify Your Veterinarian if Any of the Following Occur:
Your pet seems weak and/or collapse
Your pet has difficulty breathing
Your pet's general health changes
Treatment for heat stroke consists of rapid reduction of body temperature and possibly medication for shock. Frequently, hospitalization is necessary.