DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PET IN THE CAR. SEE CHART FOR POTENTIAL CAR AIR TEMPERATURES.
Tips to keep your pet cool:
Keep your pet indoors with air conditioning
Access to fresh water at all times
Shaded area with grass/dirt to lay on (concrete can become too hot)
Add ice cubes to water bowl.
Avoid taking your pet on a run/walk during the highest temperature of the day.
Before taking your pet for a walk/run place the palm of your hand on the pavement or concrete. If your able to hold it there for 10 seconds its ok to walk/run.
Initial signs of heat toxicity include:
Excessive salivation (which is often thick and ropey)
Bright red membranes of the mouth, tongue, eyes, and sometimes skin in light-pigmented dogs
Vomiting and diarrhea can also occur due to damage to the gastrointestinal tract
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Dr. Shim & Dr. Hwang are MARRIED!
Bringing a new family member to your home can be exciting. Here are some overall care tips.
Preventing illness is easier than treating an illness. Learn how to maintain your pets health such as the following: Dental, Skin & Ear Care, Routine Vaccinations, etc.
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Congratulations to Dr. Shim and Dr. Hwang! They found time with their busy schedule to tie the knot.
New Clients Call Us At:
Shield Stone Pet Hospital, Inc.
Monday - Friday:
8 am to 5:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday:
9 am to 12:30 pm
Shield Stone Pet Hospital
1610 E. Shields Fresno CA 93704 US
Current Clients: Log In to your pet portal to schedule an appointment.
Dr. Yoo is not a board certified ophthalmologist, however, his talent and knowledge have been serving local pets for over 25 years.
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