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In the hottest months of the year it is more important than ever to take steps to prevent dehydration and heat stroke in your gundogs. Veterinary surgeon Laura Keyser explains the risks and the treatments.
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Dehydration and heat exhaustion not only affect the performance of a working gundog but can also be fatal. As with most things, prevention is always better than cure, by making sure your dog doesn’t become dehydrated or overheated in the first place. Understanding the importance of providing our dogs with ready access to fresh water and knowing the signs of dehydration can help us prevent dehydration and catch it before it becomes dangerous.
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