• Police Officers Break Window To Save Dog Locked In 115 Degree Car

    24 days ago - By iHeart Dogs

    It's hard to believe in this day and age; with everything we know about the severe effects, people still leave their dogs in hot cars. Even on cloudy days, locked cars can heat up to extreme temperatures fast. On a 75 degree day, temperatures inside the vehicle can reach 120 degrees in just 30 minutes.
    When Sarasota Police officers responded to a call about a dog left in a parked car, they knew the stakes. Dogs are very sensitive to heat, and heatstroke can set in if their temperature reaches 105 degrees. This is a life-threatening situation for a dog to be in, and they can become...
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