Cooling off in a pool is one way to beat the summer heat for your canine friend.
Cooling off in a pool is one way to beat the summer heat for your canine friend. Robert Willett 2013 News & Observer file photo
Cooling off in a pool is one way to beat the summer heat for your canine friend. Robert Willett 2013 News & Observer file photo

Heat stroke, burned paws and limber tail: Dogs and cats face many summer dangers

July 12, 2017 06:12 PM

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    They did it again: a family of lynxes who shot to online stardom after visiting Alaska photographer Tim Newton’s deck in September dropped by again in November. This time, Cathy Newton got video as the kittens played on the deck of the home outside Anchorage.