Remedies to Help Your Pup With Heatstroke
A dog’s normal resting temperature is between 100.5-102.5 F or 38-39.2 C. If a dog is experiencing heatstroke, you may observe excessive panting; hyperventilation; increased salivation; dry gums that become pale, grayish, and tacking; rapid or erratic pulse; weakness; confusion; inattention; vomiting; diarrhea; and possible rectal bleeding. If the dog continues to overheat, breathing efforts become slowed or absent, and finally, seizures or coma can occur. You must contact your vet immediately.
Aconitum napellus 6C to30C
If the dog needs this remedy he may also seem very fearful or anxious. This is a good first choice at the first sign of sunstroke. Give three pellets every 10 minutes for up to three doses. If the dog doesn’t seem better, try one of the other remedies listed below.
If the dog needs this remedy he may also seem very weak and his muscles may be trembling. Give 3 pellets every 10 minutes up to three doses. If the dog is not any better try one of the other remedies listed here.
Glonoinum 6C to 30C
You may see vomiting and weakness. Gums may be pale or red or have a bluish cast. Give 3 pellets every 5 minutes. If not better try one of the other remedies listed here.