Veterinarian offers tips for protecting pets from summer heat

As the summer season looms, veterinarians are seeing more pets in distress caused by heat stroke or heat exhaustion. One veterinarian advises pet owners to seek immediate veterinary help if heat stroke is suspected to prevent further complications such as gastrointestinal issues or brain damage.

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