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The temperature in a parked car can climb to 120 degrees in 30 minutes when the outside temperature is only 75, even if windows are partially open. An animal can quickly suffer brain damage or die from heatstroke or suffocation when trapped in high temperature.
Want to help get the word out? Print out a few of our flyers and carry them in your glove compartment. That way if you see a dog left in a hot car with no ventilation, you can leave one on the windshield letting the owner know how dangerous that can be. Of course, if it's an emergency and the animal is suffering, call the police immediately.
Do not feed your dog:
Make sure that there are no artificial colors or artificial preservatives, such as BHA, BHT or Ethoxyquin, in the food or treats