Sunday, June 30, 2013

Dog trapped in hot car: What it feels like

On a “typical summer day” (outdoor temperature of 95 degrees), veterinarian Ernie Ward spends 30 minutes in a parked car.

At 10 minutes in, even with all four windows cracked, Ward relates that the heat is “oppressive; that’s the best word for it.”

At 30 minutes, the car’s temperature is 117 degrees. Dog owners, please watch this video and leave your precious animal at home.

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