How much does the heat rise in a car when left out in daylight, and how quickly? Much more than most people realize.
Why would a Virginia SPCA publish nothing on its website or Facebook page about heatstroke and dogs, but produce a flyer containing incorrect medial advice? Good question.
Two big dogs were trapped in a truck with the windows barely cracked, in 85 degree direct sunlight, for approximately ten minutes when I shot this video (right after I called the police). Fortunately their owners arrived before the police did – and got a little lecture from me.
Step-by-step instructions for you to create your own HeatKills poster, with multiple layers of tear-off tabs.
Did you know that the temperature inside a car, with windows down a few inches, increases from 69 to 140 degrees within 10 minutes, on a 95-degree day?