Take care of hot dogs, cool cats

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Hot summer days can be hard on our health so just think about our pets.

Under their fur coat, the summer swelter can really get to them.

Dawn Timmerly tells us what they try at some zoos to help keep animals cool.

Veterinarians warn light-skinned dogs or those with closely trimmed fur can actually get sunburns.

Talk to your vet about what is safe to use for sunscreen as human lotions and sprays are not made for animals.

How do you keep your pets cool in the summer?


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