TVRH in the News: Protecting Your Pet From Heat Stroke in Hot Cars

"As North Carolina approaches one of the hottest weeks of 2014, pet owners have an even greater responsibility of keeping their furry friends cool and safe from hyperthermia.


“What pet owners might think is a safe span of time, ‘I’m just going to run into the store for a few minutes,’ can even that quickly be fatal for your pet.”

That’s Sharon Zeigler, Manager for Triangle Veterinary Referral Hospital, who says the hospital often gets cases of heat stroke in animals left in cars, and many of the animals end up dying, even after aggressive treatment." more