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Argosy University, Twin Cities Instructor Talks about Keeping Pets Safe in Summer

Argosy University, Twin Cities Instructor Talks about Keeping Pets Safe in Summer

Dr. Julia Hansen, Program Chair, Veterinary Technology, Argosy University, Twin Cities was recently featured on 5 Eyewitness News regarding keeping pets safe this summer. Dr. Hansen told viewers that animals are not able to tolerate or exchange heat like humans do, so it's very important to look for danger signs when pets are outdoors. She noted that warning signs include a dog’s gums turning a bright red color.

Dr. Hansen’s golden retriever, Steve, also participated in the segment—but didn't have much to say. The television show producers believed that Steve helped to make segment more visual and fun—while connecting to the audience.

See the full interview here:
kstp.com/news/interview-heat-dangers-pets/4165563/

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