Every year, numerous dogs suffer and die when their guardians leave them in a parked car. Parked cars are deathtraps for dogs. The temperature in a locked car can raise from 37.7 °C to 48.8 °C within a minute and up to 60 °C within 10 minutes on a hot summer day of temperature 25.5 °C. Dogs can’t sustain this heat and can experience heat stroke within 10 minutes. Heat stroke can affect dogs health permanently.
We have created an infographic for you that explains “Just a minute is too long for your dog in a hot car.”