Dehydration in Dogs

Dogs, like all the other mammals, rely on water to keep their bodies working. If water is lacking, dehydration may occur.

 

 

Symptoms of dehydration in dogs

  • loss of appetite
  • loss of skin elasticity
  • reduced energy level
  • dry nose and gums
  • sunken,dry-looking eyes
  • panting

 

Treating dehydration in dogs
If the dehydration is mild, offer your dog a bowl of water. If your dog is dehydrated for a medical reason, you need to take her to the veterinarian.

 

 

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