These flying insects can cause a painful sting, which is associated with local redness and swelling. As our pets are covered in a thick layer of hair, the mouth is actually the most common sting site which often occurs when our pets are trying to eat them.
Bees only sting once, and typically leave a sting behind in the skin. Wasps may sting multiple times and do not leave a sting behind. In some cases, bee and wasp stings can cause a severe and life-threatening allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis.