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PVM Clinician Shares Tips on Helping Pets Beat the Heat

PVM Clinician Shares Tips on Helping Pets Beat the Heat

As the summer heat intensifies, pet owners need to think from nose to paws when keeping their pets cool and well hydrated, especially if the dog or cat is overweight, elderly, or a specific breed, according to a Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine wellness clinician. “There are some breeds, such as short-nosed pugs or Persian cats, that are not able to pant or breathe well in the heat,” says Dr. Lori Corriveau, pet wellness veterinarian in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital’s Small Animal Community Practice. Learn More

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