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What to do with your pets in extreme heat or if bushfires approach

Michael McLaren

Michael is joined by Dr Rob Zammit, Veterinarian from VineYardVet.com.au, for advice on what to do with your pets in extreme heat or if bushfires approach.

 

Heat stress in dogs and cats occurs when they are unable to maintain their normal body temperature on a hot day. On all hot days, especially days of severe, extreme or Code Red fire danger, keep your pets as cool as possible.

 

Keeping your pets comfortable on a hot day is your responsibility.

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Michael McLaren
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