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With many Oregonians planning to camp this summer with the family dog, the Central Oregon Humane Society is encouraging campers to follow some key safety precautions.  Don’t let your dog ride in an open cab on a metal surface that could get too hot in the sun, don’t leave them in a closed car, make sure they’re well hydrated for the trip and test their comfort level in the car by going on short rides first.  The society’s Lynne Ouchida says you should also check with your vet to make sure they have the proper meds or vaccinations to ward off any unexpected health problems your dog may be exposed to in the area you’re traveling to – especially if your pet’s never been there before.

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