By Paul Schmitt
With temperatures expected to be above normal with high humidity levels the next several days, pet owners should take note of the exposure their dog has to the sun and heat. Dr. Jordan Kobilca of Luxemburg Pet Clinic and the Door County Veterinary Hospital shares some of the signs if your pet is suffering from heat stroke.
Dr. Kobilca says you should take your pet to a veterinarian if they experience any symptoms of heat stroke. You can find a list of tips on summer pet care with the link below.