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Climate Change and Your Pet


Woman and Dog by lake at sunset

Sitting in your backyard with your new puppy, watching her chase tennis balls, you’d be forgiven for not wanting to think too much about the climate crisis.

After all, climate change can feel like an almost overwhelming concern, one that inspires no small amount of anxiety. Especially when we start to consider how it will impact those we hold most dear – like our four-legged friends.

But it’s vital to remember that this crisis is already affecting your pets, putting them at higher risk of vector-borne diseases like heartworm and Lyme disease, heat stress, injury during natural disasters like floods, and so much more.

Learn more about the climate risks your pet faces and the preventative steps you can take in our latest e-book, Climate Change and Your Pet: How to Keep Your Best Friend Safe and Healthy in a Warming World.

Get your free download now.