Heat advisory for pets 

With temperatures and humidity soaring this week, area veterinarians are warning pet owners to take every precaution to keep your furry friends cool.  Extreme exposure to sun and heat can lead to your dog experiencing dangerous health effects.  Dr. Jordan Kobilca from the Door County Veterinary Hospital shares some of the signs your pet may show if suffering from heatstroke. 



Animals should never be left alone in vehicles, according to Dr. Jordan.  He recommends keeping any outdoor activity to a minimum and only during the early morning or later evenings.  You can find tips to keep your pets safe in extreme heat with this story online.   


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