As the weather continues to remain warm and humid, please don’t forget that extreme heat affects dogs and cats, too! Just like people, companion animals can get heat stroke and heat exhaustion. Unlike people, however, they cannot regulate body temperature in the same way and different dog breeds respond to hot weather differently. Jill DeGrave from the Wisconsin Humane Society is here with reminders on how to keep our furry friends safe.
For more information, visit WIhumane.org .