Hot weather pet safety advice

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Seventy degrees and over, don’t take rover.

Pet owners should know that phrase and live it. Pets left in cars, especially during our brutally hot St. Louis summers, can have deadly consequences.

Dr. Travis Arndt, from the Animal Medical Center of Mid-America, visits Fox 2 News in the Morning to talk about grooming dos and don’ts to keep your pets cool, and what you should do if you happen upon a distressed animal in a vehicle?


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