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Summer Heat & Your Pets

Temperature elevation in your dog can happen for more than one reason-- they could have a fever (which often means infection), or it could be elevated from environmental factors such as heat and humidity. A dog’s normal temperature ranges from 99 to 102 degrees Fahrenheit, and temperatures in the 103-105 range could mean heat exhaustion. Above 105 degrees Fahrenheit, your pet becomes at risk for heatstroke, and it could be fatal. 


Predisposing & Environmental Factors

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Fourth of July Safety Tips for Pets 

If your pet becomes nervous around loud noises throughout the year, Fourth of July fireworks can be a very stressful event for them. It's very important to take the necessary precautions a couple of days before July Fourth in order to make sure your animals are safe and comfortable during the holiday.

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