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  • Joanna Eph

    Make sure you know the signs of heatstroke. Repin to educate your friends and protect pets. #animal #dog #puppy

  • Jen Stewart

    Make sure you know the signs of heatstroke. Repin to educate your friends and protect pets. This is going to be a hot summer - take care of your pets and be protective of pets you see left in cars - call 911!!!

  • Hannah Plunkett

    Please don't take your dogs for walks during the day!!! Its 20+ degrees hotter for animals they don't sweat. Their tongues swell up can easily die from the heat the pads of their feet burn.

  • lynn schultz

    Heatstroke can be deadly. Learn the warning signs before its too late! #pet #health

  • Pet Care Virginia Beach

    The heat has hit our area so now is the time to pay attention to your furry friends when outside.

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