How to keep your pets safe in hot weather –

ST. LOUIS — As we approach triple-digit temperatures next week, the Humane Society of Missouri wants you to remember some tips for keeping your pets safer in warm weather.
Between April and September 2021, the Humane Society of Missouri Animal Cruelty Task Force responded to 30 hot car pet rescues, HSMO spokesperson Gary Lowder said in a news release.
So far this year, HSMO has already performed 10 hot car rescues, double the number from June 2021, Lowder emphasized.
“If this is any indication, this year is going to be busy,” Animal Cruelty Task Force director Ella Frank said in the release. 
Hot car pet rescues are extremely time sensitive, so remember to act quickly and call local police or the Humane Society of Missouri’s Animal Cruelty hotline at 314-647-4400 as soon as you can.
Here is a list of the Humane Society’s tips for keeping pets safe in warm weather: 
And always remember the HSMO lifesaving motto, “70 & over, don’t take Rover!”
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