Pets In Hot Cars

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Intro: Canines have a difficult time adjusting to heat. When temperatures are high, dogs will start panting to cool down. Moreover, some dogs are more susceptible to heat stroke and dehydration than others, especially if they have thick fur coats or are elderly or overweight. Short-snouted pets such as pugs, bulldogs and boxers can have trouble breathing in hot temperatures. Health conditions can also play a role. For instance, pets with respiratory or cardiac conditions can struggle to regulate their body temperatures.

Bringing The Heat created by Figo Pet Insurance, provider of cat medical insurance.

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