Dogs and cats do not tolerate high temperatures as well as humans. They do not perspire, and so do not have the cooling benefits of water evaporation from the skin. Their main method of controlling body temperature is by panting to exchange cooler outside air for the warm air in their lungs. Radiation of heat from the skin surface also helps reduce body temperature.
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Every dog is a good dog, and every good dog deserves a good home.
Stephens County Humane Society (SCHS) tries their best to be a good temporary home for pups from all across the area, but sometimes shelter life can be excessively tiring for four-legged friends. While the dogs at the shelter love the staff they see every day, each good boy and good girl wants a home with a human they can call their own.
Six-month-old Brandon needed a new home. He hadn’t done anything wrong, but he couldn’t stay where he was.
A public meeting for a proposed dog park from Vice Mayor Patty Wininger answered some concerned neighbors questions about safety and cleanline…