Heat stroke can happen to anyone or any pet, it can happen on the most routine exercise that you and your pet have done daily for the last 6 years of your lives. Read this list so you may recognize signs of a heat stroke if they ever a rise.
Can I Prevent heat stroke?
We should take precautions especially when it’s hot out, always carry water, take breaks in the shade, do not force your pet to walk farther than he is able. Try not to exercise or play with your pet during the hottest hours of the day. If at home, allow your dog access to some form of shelter to escape the sun and offer plenty of cool water.
In this situation prevention is ideal, but not always possible, but detecting heat stroke early can make all the difference.