It’s no secret that pets are curious about their surroundings. Dogs and cats love to investigate practically anything, from the contents of a box left out to the goings-on of the critters found in your backyard or along your favorite walking route. This natural curiosity can put our furry friends at risk of a variety of troubles during the spring and summer months, including the risk of bee stings.
Bee stings in pets have the potential for serious health consequences. Learning how to tell if your pet has been stung, how to treat a sting, and what symptoms to watch out for are crucial in protecting your pet.
What To Do If Your Pet Has Been Stung
Since it’s unlikely that you will witness your pet being stung by a bee or wasp, it’s important to know the signs: Continue…