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With the National Weather Service reporting that temperatures in our area could reach a high near 104 degrees today, we’re on target to possibly surpass the the highest temperature ever recorded in Chicago — 105 degrees, set on July 24, 1934. So medical experts are urging caution in this extreme heat and veterinarians say that goes for our pets, too.
Barrington Animal Hospital Practice Manager, Doreen McGregor, says it’s critical that we take special care of our pets with temperatures this high. Here are five tips or reminders today, in Doreen’s own words, to help keep our four legged friends safe……Continue Reading
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