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What Does it Feel Like to be Locked in a Hot Car? This Vet Found Out For Himself!


Veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward stays in a parked car on a summer day to see how dangerous it is to leave a pet inside a car. The car reaches 117 degrees within 30 minutes with all four windows opened 1 to 2 inches

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Never Leave Dogs In Hot Cars. Remember that a parked car can be like an oven and can become dangerously hot in only a few minutes.
Common situations that can set the stage for heat stroke in dogs include: Being left in a car in hot weather; Exercising strenuously in hot, humid weather.
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