Don't leave your child or dog in a Roasting-hot Car
Just open the newspaper or tune in to your local evening news and you’re bound to hear about a child or dog left in roasting-hot car each summer. Too often these reports come with lethal consequences. Despite society’s repeated reminders, police continue to get far too many reports of children and pets being locked in hot cars.
In this video Veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward jumps in his vehicle to experience what an animal would experience once left in a roasting-hot car. Dr. Ward spent 30 minutes in his vehicle with the windows cracked and watched as the temperature creeped up to 117 degrees F or 47 degrees C.