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National Heat Awareness Day May 23rd – Safety First For Our Pets

The weather is warming up so remember to play it safe and don’t leave your dog in the car, even on a seemingly “cooler” summer day of 68 degrees!

Here are some scary examples of how quickly your car can heat up inside, making it very dangerous for pets left inside.

  • On a 68 degree day, in 10 minutes your car can jump up 13 degrees to 81 degrees, and in 60 minutes your car can reach 115 degrees.
  • On an 82 degree day, in 10 minutes your car can reach 95 degrees and within 60 minutes your car can reach 129 degrees!
  • On a 90 degree day, in 10 minutes your car can reach 102 degrees and within 60 minutes your car can reach 136 degrees! -

See more at: http://www.petsbest.com/blog/dogs-left-in-hot-cars/#sthash.jQTzmhS5.dpuf

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