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A golden retriever lies on the grass.
July 6, 2022

RAYMOND, Miss. -- When temperatures rise, it’s not just humans who need to take precautions. Heat stress is just as serious and life threatening for pets as it is for humans. While both dogs and cats can get too hot, dogs are more susceptible to overheating, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

Fireworks explode in a night sky
If your dogs are stressed by the loud noises that accompany fireworks, there are a few things you can do to help ease their anxiety and keep them safe. Photo by Can Stock Photo Inc./ganchclub
July 1, 2022

We celebrate the Fourth of July this weekend, and I dread holidays that include fireworks celebrations. The noises that accompany those light-filled sky displays absolutely terrify my dogs. However, there are a few things you can do to ease your pets’ fear and keep them safe.

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