Comments on Red Cross Hounds on Pet Safety With ‘Dog Days’

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Cerise   Rockford, IL

3/2/2009 5:33:00 PM

I was wondering if anyone can help me with some information? I am looking for Hotels/Motels that allow a small dog (10 lbs). We are planning a vacation from IL. to CA., and want to take our dog with
If you have any information, please contact me

Thank you!

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Jenny   Gettysburg, PA

8/4/2008 6:37:29 PM

This is important stuff that many people overlook untill something terrible happens. I'm glad this information is getting out there! I have planned for such emergencys and encourage other pet owners to do the same!

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Cheryl   Conway, MO

8/3/2008 5:13:07 PM

Every dog owner should know how to do emergency first aid on their dog. You never know what may come up. Thanks to the Red Cross, they can make it possible.

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Layton   Glendive, MT

8/3/2008 5:00:14 PM

thanks for the information!

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Karen   Standish, ME

8/2/2008 8:42:14 PM

Please do not leave dogs or cats in hot cars! I had to call Animal Control last week to save a border collie is Walmart's parking lot. It was 130 degrees inside the car!! I stood there and gave some cold ice water through a crack in the window. I thought the dog would die!


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Claire   Azusa, CA

8/2/2008 7:51:11 PM

Great article.

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Mary   Battle Creek, MI

8/2/2008 7:10:21 PM

Great Tips!

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a   a, FL

8/2/2008 1:48:49 PM

It would have been helpful if this article had provided the procedures that one can follow with a sick pet.

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Kathie   Brewer, ME

8/2/2008 12:46:06 PM

Perhaps the Zogby International poll can advise pet owners on how to find outstanding, high quality vet. care while traveling or not.

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Anna   Maple Grove, MN

8/2/2008 9:31:17 AM

Good ideas. Dogs can get overheated so easily because they don't sweat, not to mention wearing a big fur coat!


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Christy   Covina, CA

8/2/2008 4:14:34 AM

Good reminder

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