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If you are like us, your dogs and/or cats are members of your family, so when they are exhibiting unusual behavior, it can be alarming. In this article, we will answer a common question about dogs and one about cats:
The mountains are known for cool temperatures and skiing, but western North Carolina residents know well that summers can be hot and humid. In a previous article, we discussed signs the heat is too much for your cats and dogs. In this post, we will discuss what you need to know about the heat and your pocket pets.
As the temperatures warm up and your pets spend more time outdoors, their chances of getting bitten by a snake increase. It's important to remember that not all snakes are venomous. In Western North Carolina, the two poisonous snake species that are pets are most likely to encounter are rattlesnakes and copperheads.
We all know that warm temperatures can affect our dogs, but how hot is too hot? There are numerous variables to determine what temperature your dog can be comfortable in, and we will discuss a few guidelines to follow.
In general, most dogs who have access to circulating air, fresh water and shade can probably handle heat in the 85-90 degree range; however, there is no hard rule about temperature limits.