Heatstroke and brachycephalic dogs – is there an increased risk?
Anna Ewers Clark, BVetMed BSc CertAVP MRCVS
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Published: 22 Dec 2022
In this Audio Summary, Anna looks at whether dogs that are brachycephalic have an increased risk for developing heat-related illness compared to dogs that are not brachycephalics. Read the full Knowledge Summary here.
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