Hunting Dog has Heat Stroke or Hypoglycemic Attack
Hunting Dog has Heat Stroke or Hypoglycemic Attack
I am sharing this video of my hunting dog BO having an episode. Either a Hypoglycemic Attack or a Heat Stroke. Hoping that it saves someones pet. This was a scary experience and very hard to watch.
If it was Heat Stroke:
There are so many ways to prevent this. It can happen fast. Just seconds before this BO was hunting Rooster Pheasants just fine. He showed some signs of fatigue such as Heavy Panting. But nothing I have not seen from him before. It was a 70 degree day and cloudy. A day you typcially don’t have to worry about a dog having a heat stroke. But it happened.
What to do:
Treating Heat Stroke in Dogs
-Remove the dog from the heat. If possible, move the dog indoors to an air-conditioned area. …
-Allow the dog to drink cool water. …
-Cool the dog with water. …
-Contact an emergency veterinarian. …
-Place rubbing alcohol on the pads of the dog’s paws. …
-Do not cover or confine the dog.
If it was a HDH Attack:
In order to prevent HDH, the problem areas that need to be addressed (in approximate order of importance) are: (1) physical conditioning, (2) feeding, and (3) nutrition and ration formulation:
I had a rabbit who was having a heat stroke and I noticed and right away I grabbed him and filled up the sink of cold water not freezing cold but cold and he wasn’t moving for a little bit so he was breathing really slow I honestly thought he was dead it was so sad I started crying begging for him not to die then about 2 minutes later of pouring water over and over him again he started splashing in the water like he was running and I had to calm him down then I continued to pour water over him for 5 more minutes and then pulled him out I was so happy he was alive I litteraly saved my bunny from dying. I’ll never forget that moment sadly he passed away about a year ago my dog got him and it was really sad but I know there very fragile and you cannot have any other pets if you have rabbits they’ll end up getting them. But he was so sweet I found him by a gas station by my house and brought him home he would sleep with me his name was carmel I’ll never forget him 😭🐰. At least I’ll be able to see him in heaven.
This is very hard to watch! But helpful!
What pisses me off the most is that most of the people in the comment section are mad at the girl for overreacting like the poor girl had to sit next to her almost dead dog and almost everyone says she overreacted, its just despicable
Females and dire situations do not go together and annoying af and doesnt help. Go away ladies this would help us alot more tbh
the girl she is fucking stupid stop screaming she made the dog more panic . fuck if you do not know about heart probleme well move out of the way
Anyone who calls there dog bubba I instantly respect
This chick dont have emotional conditions for this.
Woman acts like my mom
“oH mY GoSh!?!? iS iT OkAy?!”
Obviously not, but please chilllllll out, you’re making the situation 10000x worse!
Know their limit
Most people dont know what to do on this situation and that’s understandable
idk why but when people panic and start freaking out it just pisses me off but props to the dude he handled that situation like a champ
She 0:55 she can do the fucking annoying whine but couldn’t bring the bottle of friggin water.
You know what is ironic how she’s stressing her dog is poorly when she’s hunting other animals and killing them. Fuck her
The last thing you need is a fucking screaming woman in your ear whilst trying to save your dogs life
Dog took it like a champ
This girls are so dramatic😂😂
The thing is Not to panic and water the dog down.And NOT take the dog out in the summer.!!!!!
What is the YouTube names
Hypoglycemic attack….my dog died yesterday because of that
That happens to my dog a lot it should be OK is he ok
I laughed so hard
That’s why women’s don’t know how to deal with bad situation when their emotions are taken overboard
It reminds me when my big dog died from heat stroke witch was today
Oh god oh god oh god oh god jajajajajajajajajajajajaja stupid ass bitch
How about leaving some water in their for himasshole
my dog gets them when she over heats. she hasn’t had one since.
Talk about worst kind of wife to have literally no help what so ever drop her ass
He could’ve just sent the dog to the vet like normal people do
Poor baby —kisses— I’m like the girl
You guys are fucking stupid to let him get like that
He says…. "strong willed dog"…everyone els says…. fuck tard dog owner… Use ur brain idiot
The girl was sooo annoying 🙄
My dog had a medical emergency a few months ago. I was by myself with my 90 lbs dog. As I was rushing him to the vet he started to cry and yelp. This is something I have never heard him do before. I was panicking and emotional, but that didn’t stop me from getting him taken care of. He was given a 50% chance of survival, and I was told it would have been 30% if I hadn’t gotten him in when I did. He’s doing great now. Just because she was emotional doesn’t mean she stopped acting and helping. She did nothing wrong. For the record, I don’t think he did anything wrong either. Most people don’t think to inhibit their dog that is having a good time. Hunting dogs aren’t the only dogs this happens to. I will say if your dog does have this happen under mild conditions it may be time to retire the dog from hunting or any other strenuous activities. It could be a sign that they are getting too old, or have an underlying heart condition.
That’s a muscle spasm attack
Как зверей убивать забавы ради – так збс. А как псину едва карачун не хватил – так омайгад
I saw this video years ago and had an episode this past weekend and because of this video I caught my dog in the very early stages of heat stroke. He had the wobbles and heavy panting I used some honey packets and rubbed them around in his mouth and cool water on his body thanks for sharing your experience it helped save my dog. Cheers brother.
Oh my gosh, I am so sorry sweetie. I understand your panic, 100%. I would have been exactly the same way… Terrified, ensuing panic attack, and I would have probably been more out of control than you were. I felt I was right there with you as I watched this. This is a very hard lesson to learn, but I am so glad he is ok. And you, dude, you handled that sooo well! Perfectly in control despite your obvious distress. Exactly what a man should be! Women just aren’t as in control of their emotions as guys are. But you did a great job at handling the situation, did what had to be done without hesitation, and kept her under control too! I know that is a lot to handle, and a huge weight on any person’s shoulders, but you had that situation in check. Makes me think you are, or have been, in the military. Fast action on your part more than likely kept that pup from something far worse, or from life long side effects.
I know her reaction isn’t helping but me as an owner this is very very scary.
This happend to my dog in South Dakota one year. The panic is real. I was a little more calm but it was seriously one of the scariest things I’ve ever been through.
useless girl, not being helpful at all.
Omg thats sad
The owner should know when your dog needs a break. When it comes to hunting, dogs don’t know any better and they’ll work themselves to death.
He might have congestive heart failure. It’s when a dog has a limited amount of energy and usually what happens is they faint because they meet that limit. This usually happens because when they aren’t getting enough oxygen to the brain so they’re body type of shuts down and collapses. Sometimes it could be the heart valves aren’t working probably and aren’t pumping enough blood. If this was the first time that ever happened then it’s probably not that and he probably just overheated like you said.
I would be so scared
that lady is the representation of what not to do when you encounter a situation similar to this as itll make the dog panic even more
As a vet i LIVE her reaction that is TRUE love and worrying!. No matter where you go a dog can handle heat to a degree but its the humidity that will get them. If your dog is having a heatstroke and you have Alcohol and not water rob it on the pads of their feet their growing area their ears with water star at the bottom of their feet make sure it’s not ice cold very cold we want to start with lukewarm to coldish water and start from the feet up. Never take cold water and just start pouring it on your animal during a heat stroke their veins expand for blood flow to Deliver blood to their extremitie Xe you don’t want to start at the core of their body and cold them off with cold water it causes the veins toBecome smaller and it’s very vital you call them off in a period of time not all at onceThe main worry we have is swelling of the brain bow damage also kidney and liver and also the heartThey can all be affected. When the dogs Start showing sign of drunkenness Take to your local vetOnce their temperature becomes over 103ﾟ that swing serious damage can occur. Signs of a stroke can range from the drunkenness Which is a big sign that non metal coal knowledge pet owners can tell something is wrong but also ferry dial aided eyes to very brick red colouration in the gums and tongue And Sometimes swelling in the tongue and hard panting As if you can tell it’s hard for them to breathe where catch her breath. I say your pet not seeming to listen to your commands. More importantly when you are out always make sure to let your animals take at least 10 to 15 minute break to rest wow giving them water and try and do it in a shaded area. Dogs with a shorter muzzles are more at risk and dogs with heart problems hyperthyroid and high blood pressure etc. could/are at a higher risk to a heat stroke then a regular healthy dog.. it is very important to know the signs of a heat stroke. Learn Them, Know Them, Never Underestimate Them To Enforce Them. It could be life or death.