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Hot dog: Veterinarians give summer safety tips

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Here are five ways to protect your dog from heatstroke.

Outdoor activities and warmer temperatures are in full swing.

While most folks know how to protect themselves from the sun and heat, remembering to protect your dog or cat while out and about is also important.

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