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Vets issue hot weather warning as temperatures soar

03 Jun 2019 | Companion animals

As temperatures soar across the UK, the British Veterinary Association (BVA) is warning pet owners to take extra care of their pets after almost two-thirds of vets (64%) reported treating animals being affected by heat-related conditions during last summer’s record-breaking heat.

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