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Securing your animals from the summertime heat

KUSA – We enjoy our animals, and if you have one, it’s your task to assist them handle the heat.In Phoenix, a canine died after being strolled 4 miles in 107 degree weather. Veterinarians believe the pet dog suffered a heatstroke.RELATED STORY: Shelter canine gets adopted, dies hours later due to stroll in extreme heat Canines are at danger for heatstroke when left in hot cars. Authorities warn parking in shade and rolling the windows down might not suffice to secure them, so just don’t leave your pets in hot automobiles!< aside itemprop=associatedMedia itemscope itemtype= >

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