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Dogs die in hot cars

July 21, 2021

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#dogsdieinhotcars is a campaign that is visited every year.  It’s a campaign that is highlighted every year yet some people still leave their dogs in their car in boiling hot temperatures. It’s so important that owners understand the danger they are putting their pet in.  Leaving their pet, even for a short time and with the windows open, can put the animal at risk.  Take a look at this short campaign film HERE to highlight the dangers.

It’s not just hot cars that can cause an issue for your dog.  By following some simple steps you can protect your pet from the effects of heat and hot weather.  It can cause a very painful and potentially fatal situation. 

Download our information leaflet HERE on how to deal with a pet suffering from heatstroke and don’t forget our small furry pets living outdoors in the garden.  It’s really important that you ensure they are also considered.  Download information HERE to see how you can take care of them during the hotter months.

For more information on how to keep your pets safe during the hotter months, visit the RSPCA site HERE

If you are concerned about any aspect of your pet’s health, call the team on 01772 639800 OR 01253 766352 or open a chat on PetsApp

#rowanvets #vetsinpreston #vetsinblackpool #vetsinlytham #vetsinkirkham #vetsinwarton #vetsinfreckelton #dogsdieinhotcars #summersafetyandpets #petsandheatstroke #healthypets #goldstandardpetcare

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