Central Veterinary Associates Urges Pet Owners to Keep Pets Safe in Hot Weather

VALLEY STREAM, NY — With heat and humidity expected to climb over the next few days, pet owners should take special care in ensuring their pet’s safety. Central Veterinary Associates offers these tips to keep pets safe and happy through the hottest summer days.

May 31, 2013

Central Veterinary Associates Urges Pet Owners to Keep Pets Safe in Hot Weather

VALLEY STREAM, NY — With heat and humidity expected to climb over the next few days, pet owners should take special care in ensuring their pet’s safety. Central Veterinary Associates offers these tips to keep pets safe and happy through the hottest summer days.

? Prevent heat stroke and passing out — Older, overweight and sick pets should not be allowed to spend a lot of time outside in the hot weather. Even young and healthy pets should be watched closely to make sure they don’t get heat stroke.
? Maintain your pet’s water supply — Always provide a bowl of clean, fresh water for your pet, both inside and outside. Keeping your pet properly hydrated will improve their health and prevent illness.
? Do not leave pets in a home without air conditioning — Without air conditioning, indoor temperatures will reach uncomfortable and often dangerously high levels. Always keep the air conditioning and any fans on for your pets.
? Do not leave pets in a car for any reason — Leaving your pet in a parked car can be a deadly mistake. Even with the windows open, temperatures will rapidly climb to a dangerous level. Leaving your pet unattended in a car will expose them to heat stroke, dehydration, brain damage, suffocation and ultimately death.

“It is imperative that pet owners take precautions and special care of their pets in the next few days,” said Dr. John Charos, Chief Executive Officer and President, Central Veterinary Associates. “The hot weather and dehydration can have serious effects on your pet’s health so it is essential to provide your pet with fresh water at all times and maintain a comfortable environment.”

For more information or to make an appointment, call 1 (888) 4CVA-PET (428-2738) or visit www.centralvets.com.

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Contact Details

Company Name: Central Veterinary Associates
Issued By: Hank Russell
Phone: 631-207-1057 ext 4
Address: 156 North Ocean Ave, Patchogue NY 11772
City: Patchogue
State: New York
Zip: 11772
Country: United States
Website: Visit the website

Keywords : pets, safety, health, animals, weather,

by Hank Russell (few years ago!)

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