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Below are some helpful tips to help keep your pet safe during extreme weather.
- Never leave your animals alone in a parked vehicle. Temperatures in cars can increase rapidly and become lethal.
- Temperatures inside a vehicle rise quickly to dangerous levels, even with the windows cracked or open 1 to 2 inches. Your pet could succumb to heatstroke in a matter of minutes. If it's 90 °F outside, the temperature inside a car can reach 128 °F in 40 minutes (the same amount of time as an average shopping trip).
- As the sun changes, be aware of what shade is still available.
- If you are walking your pets, try to keep them in the grass or dirt. Hot pavement is just as sensitive for pets' paws as it is for our bare feet. The pads on their feet can burn and cause them to overheat more quickly. Before walking, press your hand on the pavement. If you can't hold it there for five seconds, it's too hot for your pets! After the walk, check your pet's paws for pain or redness and use cold water to ease the burn.
- Always try to have fresh, cool drinking water available for your pets, even if that means having multiple water bowls.
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If assistance is needed, don't hesitate to contact Animal Control at (812-435-6015)
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