Swelling, hives, pale gums and trouble breathing are some of the more common symptoms. You'll know it's happening, Loftin explains, because it's instant.
And, unfortunately, it can get even worse. Major swelling and vomiting will need an immediate trip to your local veterinarian.
"It is possible for a pet to go into anaphylactic shock resulting from a bee sting, so it's important to get them treated as soon as possible," Loftin says.