Heat stroke can quickly kill a pet trapped in a hot car

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Heat stroke can quickly kill a pet trapped in a hot carQ: Please warn your readers about leaving dogs alone in hot cars. In our town, a terrible tragedy occurred when two dogs were locked inside a car for two hours. When the owner returned from her shopping, both dogs were dead. I’m glad she was charged with animal cruelty. I say, if you see pets locked in a hot car, break the windows! — S.J., Joliet, IL.Read more on 22 WSBT South Bend

Trained Labrador Can Sniff Out Colon Cancer, Researchers SayMONDAY, Jan. 31 (HealthDay News) — With powers of smell far superior to those of humans, dogs can sniff out buried earthquake victims. They can unearth hidden bombs or drugs. They can also apparently detect colorectal cancer, Japanese researchers suggest.Read more on HealthDay via Yahoo! News

Rise in Dog Bites Has Experts ConcernedFRIDAY, Feb. 18 (HealthDay News) — Many people consider their dogs as best friends, but hospital records suggest some pooches feel otherwise.Read more on HealthDay via Yahoo! News

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