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Award-winning pet firm enters the Dragons' Den
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How pet shop got listed in Top 100 small businesses
Millions of pets at risk of flea misery
DogBuddy launches Dog Friendly Pub Awards
Overhauling the Dangerous Dogs Act: Underlying pain must be considered, says canine expert
Ceva launches new fireworks marketing pack
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Charity box stolen in Telford pet shop burglary
ROGZ appoints new Swedish-based distributor
Innovative equine patch is a natural aid to mobility
WildWash shortlisted for 2016 E-Dressage Equine Awards
Pets at Home and Poundland lined up for new Bath retail park
WildWash launches in India
Two calls every hour to animals struggling in hot summer weather
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Two calls every hour to animals struggling in hot summer weather
The RSPCA has urged pet owners to keep their animals cool in the summer heat as temperatures rocket to 30C in some parts of England and Wales this week.

The animal welfare charity is issuing advice after a surge in calls relating to animals and heat exposure last month.

The charity’s 24-hour emergency line received 1,606 calls in July - that’s two every hour or more than 50 a day - from concerned members of the public reporting dogs shut in hot vehicles, farm animals out in the heat, and horses without shade.

There have been more than 5,700 calls so far this year (January 1 - August 21) regarding animals exposed to the heat, more than 90% of which came from people concerned for dogs left in cars, vans, caravans and conservatories on warm days.
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