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Hot weather no friend to pets

With summer-like temperatures and humidity rising this week, area veterinarians are warning pet owners to take every precaution to keep their furry friends cooler. Extreme exposure to sun and heat can lead to your dog experiencing dangerous health effects. Dr. Jordan Kobilca from the Door County Veterinary Hospital and Luxemburg Pet Clinic shares the signs your pet may be suffering from heatstroke.

 

 

Animals should never be left alone in vehicles, according to Dr. Jordan.  During extremely high temperatures, 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 from the heat this summer with the link below.

 


https://www.doorcountyveterinaryhospital.com/summer.pml

 

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