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Posted — August 10

Just A Minute Is Too Long To Leave Your Dog In A Hot Car

On a hot summer day, leaving your dog in your car can cause heatstroke in minutes.

Awareness surrounding why you shouldn’t leave your dog in your car on a hot day is on the rise, thanks to more news coverage of incidents, social media reminders and innovative campaigns by companies around the world. Some malls are increasingly doing security patrols in parking lots looking for dogs, while other places are asking shoppers as they enter the building if they’ve left a dog in their car.

But despite it being common knowledge that leaving dogs in cars on hot days is extremely dangerous, people are still doing it. Help spread awareness any way you can, and check out our infographic on the dangers of leaving your dog in a hot car. You may even save a life!

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