Heat Stroke in Pets

In sunny Singapore, temperatures can get uncomfortably high. When the weather is hot and humid (like how it has been the past few weeks), our pets have an increased risk of developing heat stroke. What is heat stroke? What are some symptoms that we can look out for and how can it be prevented? Read our article to find out more!

PAVC Pet Common Emergencies series - Heat Stroke

PAVC Pet Common Emergencies series - Heat Stroke2

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