It’s the dog days of summer and people aren’t the only ones enjoying the incredible weather. Our furry friends are also loving the water and outdoor activities that are quintessential to this time of year, but as the temperature continues to rise, pets face a number of heat-related hazards. Trupanion, a leading provider of medical insurance for pets frequently sees pets who are inadvertently put at risk during the summer season. Lifestyle Expert Michelle Yarn has tips to help you get prepped and make sure your pet is covered. (www.Trupanion.com)
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