Dogs living in London are the most at risk from heatstroke in the UK, according to a new study.
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The Royal Veterinary College and Nottingham Trent University found dogs in the capital had double the chance of falling ill than some other regions.
Heatstroke, also called heat-related illness, is potentially fatal.
"Awareness of these extra risks can help owners take steps to protect their dogs," the report said.
Dr Dan O'Neill, a co-author of the paper, said the findings "emphasise the double-whammy risk of heatstroke that dogs face in built-up areas".
The study suggested flats and terraced housing were associated with an increased risk of overheating. A greater percentage of cases in London were triggered by confinement in a hot building, according to the report.
It found dogs that were confined to a hot building accounted for 8% of cases in London, which was more than double that of the wider UK figure of 3%.
Researchers said this could be due to a higher proportion of flats than in rural locations, and because the ambient temperature in cities such as London can be about 5C warmer than in the countryside.