Dog Trapped in Hot Car?
If you see a dog trapped in a hot car this summer, don’t assume they will be okay. Even if it’s 72 degrees outside, it can climb to 108 degrees in 30 minutes. Not to mention it can take as little as a minute for a dog to go into heat stroke or heat exhaustion. Not to mention leaving a pet unattended in a vehicle in extreme heat (or cold, for that matter), is a criminal offense in 14 states and several municipalities.
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