Summer's heat means extra planning to keep dogs cool

08/3/2011 | Naperville Sun (Ill.), The

Chicago-area shelters are keeping walks to a minimum and spending extra indoor time with their charges amid the dog days of summer, keeping in mind that even a short time in the sun and high temperatures can be dangerous for dogs. Animal control officials are also seeing an increase in calls from concerned neighbors about dogs that aren't getting enough water and shelter to keep them safe from the threat of dehydration and heat stroke.

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