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Summer is almost upon us and with temperatures reaching 80 to 90 degrees on many New England days, it is important to keep in mind how heat can affect our furry four-legged friends. Heat-related illness can take one of two forms: heat exhaustion or heat stroke. Heat exhaustion is the first phase of illness, but if not addressed can lead to heat stroke, a more severe illness that can result in permanent brain or nerve damage and could even be fatal.

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