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Dangers of Lightning for You and Your Pets

Lightning strikes are surprisingly common

 

MetPet.com Staff Writer

Walking the dog (or the cat or the horse) is great exercise but keep an eye on the weather.  Warm summer days bring thunderstorms which bring lightning. 

Lightning strikes can cause burns, damage to the heart and to the nervous system and, in rare cases, death.  A victim of a lightning strike requires emergency care and possibly CPR. 

If you are outside with your pet and you can hear thunder, you should seek indoor shelter away from doors and windows.  If there is no shelter, you should head for the lowest ground possible.  Alternatively, stay in your car. 

Some animals develop phobias to the sound of thunder and the flash of lightning.  In extreme cases, they have to be kept in enclosed areas to prevent them from going through windows or over the fence.  If your pet is sensitive to thunder and lightning, make sure you have him in an enclosed area, in a crate or held securely on a leash. 

Additional Resources:
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: killer lightening

 

 
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