PET CARE


PET CARE
UDon't leave pets in a car, even if the windows are open. Ten minutes could be long enough to cause heatstroke.UConsider leaving pets inside. Many pets cool themselves by panting, so excessive exposure to hot air could cause brain damage or death.UFleas are more common in the heat, so summer might be the time to re-treat pets' environments with flea control products.UGet pets identification tags, especially if taking them on vacation.USupply pets with plenty of fresh water.UPut a fan or a small window air conditioner near pets' favorite spots.
Sources: American Humane Association, American Pet Association

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