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Posted on 07-27-2017
At Apple Valley Veterinarians, your veterinarian in the Plantsville section of Southington, Hartford County Connecticut, we're here to keep your pet healthy all year long. From puppy and kitten care to vaccinations to pet emergency care, our team of veterinarians along with a caring support staff is committed to getting and keeping your pet feeling good.
In July and August, it's not unusual for us to see a spike in pets who are struggling with the heat. Heat exhaustion symptoms can include excessive panting, difficulty breathing, an increased heart rate, drooling, and signs of weakness. In severe cases, there may be seizures and vomiting.
These are the "dog days" of summer and it's more important than ever to make sure that your pet stays cool. Here are 5 tips for keeping your pet cool from our veterinarians.
If you believe your pet is suffering from heat exhaustion, seek pet emergency care at Apple Valley Veterinarians, your veterinarian in Southington. Of course, our team is here to ensure your pet has the best of care throughout the year. Contact us for veterinary care or a wellness appointment at 860-628-9635. Apple Valley Veterinarians 1218 South Main Street in Plantsville, CT. At Apple Valley Veterinarians, we want to be your pet's doctor for life.
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