Animal Control's John Maguranis advise to keep your pets as cool as you are.
With temperatures heading to the 90s this week, Belmont's Animal Control Officer John Maguranis wants to remind pet owners that summer heat can easily kill your companion. The MSPCA released the following heat wave reminders for pet owners: Questions about animal control in Belmont can be directed to the Animal Control Officer in the Health Department at 617-993-2724.
Tips for keeping your dog or cat from overheating during the hot days of summer.
Today and tomorrow will see temperatures reaching into the 90s, a reminder that summer days are not only lazy and hazy, but hot, and for pets, potentially harmful. In fact, says Belmont's Animal Control Officer, John Maguranis, the summer heat can kill man's best friends. With that in mind, Maguranis is advising residents to stay vigilant in caring for their pets during the coming heat wave and during the summer by following the common advice from the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals: