What You Should Do If You See a Dog in a Parked Car

Leaving dogs locked in cars is never safe. But when the weather gets warmer, it can be deadly. The American Veterinary Medical Association says hundreds of dogs die after being left in hot cars each year. What some dog owners don't realize is just how quickly a car with no air conditioning can get scorching hot. The Humane Society says that at 72 degrees, the inside of a car can heat up to 116 degrees in just an hour. High temperatures can cause irreparable organ damage and even death. Protecting animals from an unnecessary death is a problem we can all agree to prevent. It takes only minutes to save a life. Via: Shared.com

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