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Dogs Left In Hot Cars Can Lead To Heat Stroke

With temperatures rising into the 80s, make sure you remember Fido sitting in the back seat.   Even with the windows cracked sometimes it’s not enough to cool down the car to a decent temperature for your pup.  Find out what temperature your vehicle actually is during the day.

Even a few minutes could be deadly for your dog so make sure you think ahead before leaving them in the car alone.

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