Lincolnshire Police issue warning to all dog owners

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Lincolnshire Police has issued a warning to all dog owners as the hot weather continues. Temperatures could reach 26C in parts of the country today, the Met Office said.

The force has urged all dog owners to plan walks and trips carefully. A spokesman also urged people not to leave dogs in hot cars after receiving reports over the last few days.

He said: "We are urging you to plan your outings carefully. A little forward thinking could save your dogs from heatstroke this summer.

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"A dog's body temperature can begin to rise. Above a certain point, they will quickly start to develop heat-related illnesses - which can kill them.

"No walk is better than a walk that could make your dog seriously ill, or worse. Over the past few days, we have had incidents of dogs left in hot

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