What to Do If You See a Dog Trapped in a Hot Car?

As summer rolls in, we all enjoy a healthy dose of sun, heat, and tanning. But summer heat is not joke, especially for a dog. If you see a dog trapped in a hot car, it’s important to act fast. They could easily die of heat exhaustion or heat stroke if you don’t. Thankfully, this video will teach you how (and yes, we’ll explain it too).

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According to veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward, even humans are not immune to heat stroke or heat exhaustion in a hot car. While sitting in a parked car on a summer day, he observed how his own body was reacting to it. He said “Even with all four windows cracked, there’s no breeze at all. Everything in my body is saying, ‘get out, get out, get out!’”

Knowing these steps could save a dog’s life. And if you’re a dog owner, consider this:

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