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Joe McIntyre/staff photographer

Lucy Dates, of Groton, walks Sadie, a Jack Russell terrier, Monday in the village. As temperatures rise, officials stress that dog owners should be cognizant of shaded areas for their dogs to rest and to always have water available for the pet. In severe heat, dogs are susceptible to heat stroke. Signs of a stroke include excessive panting, warm skin, seizures, excessive drooling, sudden collapse, unconsciousness or falling into a coma.

Lucy Dates, of Groton, walks Sadie, a Jack Russell terrier, Monday in the village. As temperatures rise, officials stress that dog owners should be cognizant of shaded areas for their dogs to rest and to always have water available for the pet. In severe heat, dogs are susceptible to heat stroke. Signs of a stroke include excessive panting, warm skin, seizures, excessive drooling, sudden collapse, unconsciousness or falling into a coma.

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