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Summertime means increased outdoor activities with your cat or dog. This is a great time to bond with your pet. However, high temperatures can bring about health risks to your furry friend. The high temperatures can bring about skin and ear infections and possibly the worst of them all — heatstroke.

Pets do not sweat and can easily become overheated. Dogs tend to cool themselves through panting, but when the air is too hot, it might be hard for them to keep cool. On the other hand, cats can tolerate heat better than dogs. …

Minnie Mururi

Minnie Mururi is a freelance writer, pet parent and an animal lover. She offers ghostwriting, copywriting, social media management, and blogging services.

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