Dogs die in HOT CARS

Posted: 25th June 2019

It's a hot and humid week to come for parts of the UK with the possibility of record-breaking temperatures, according to the Met Office.

We know we say it often

…but it can't be said often enough!

Dogs die in HOT CARS

Because we can't say it often enough… please help spread the word!

NEVER LEAVE YOUR DOG IN A HOT CAR

Just 2° increase in a dog’s body temperature is all it takes for heat stroke to kick in. Fatalities can occur in as little as 15 minutes.

  • Studies show opening the windows has little effect on temperature
  • It can take as little as 15 minutes for a dog to die of heat stroke
  • Cars left in the shade can also heat up to dangerous levels

Keep them safe, keep them cool, keep them happy.

Dogs die in HOT CARS

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