Posts tagged "hot weather and pets"

WLS-TV Morning News, Hot Weather Safety for Pets

Here I am with Judy Hsu of WLS-TV (ch. 7 in Chicago) talking about all that hot weather headed our way, and safety tips for our pets. (you may need to click ‘read more’ to watch the video),  For example, dogs do die in hot cars and when owners jog in the heat of the... Read more »

Summer Safety and Pets from American Animal Hospital Association

Summer Safety and Pets from American Animal Hospital Association
Summer has arrived! Listen Here for tips from my national radio show, Steve Dale’s Pet World, from Dr. Mike Cavanaugh, executive director and CEO of the American Animal Hospital Association. And Dr. Cavanaugh says his dog Zoe always doesn’t go with the family when it’s really hot out. If you must run with your dog,... Read more »

Dr. Rubin Answers Pet Questions, Offers Warnings about Hot Weather

Dr. Rubin Answers Pet Questions, Offers Warnings about Hot Weather
Dr. Shelly Rubin is on WGN TV offering tips on pet care in sweltering heat….and is on TV with a very cute Shih Tzu available at the Anti Cruelty Society - Always microchip - Never leave dogs in hot cars - Always offer LOTS of water Dr. Rubin also talks about panic attacks in cars... Read more »
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Animal Welfare League of Chicago Keeps Cool

Animal Welfare League of Chicago Keeps Cool
Under the heat blister here for several days, I’ve received lots of inquiries about the Wabash Ave. intake facility Animal Welfare League of Chicago. The air conditioning system at Animal Welfare League of Chicago was vandalized and destroyed on June 30, and I reported July 1. It was later learned the system was vandalized to... Read more »

Heat Warnings Are For Pets Too

Heat Warnings Are For Pets Too
by guest columnist, Dr. Sheldon Rubin: Summer is a great time to enjoy our pets but it also requires common sense to avoid a tragedy.  •       Never leave your pet in an unattended car since temperatures can climb to more than 120 degrees in minutes. …. If you must run an errand, leave Fido or... Read more »