Thursday, June 2, 2011

Caution ! Warm weather can be deadly for your pets.

Brutus, Duke, Coco, Lola and Jake...sure, they're fairly common pet names, but they're also the names of just a few of the pets that died last year because they were left in cars on warm (and not necessarily hot) days while their owners were shopping, visiting friends or family, or running errands. What's so tragic is that these beloved pets were simply the victims of bad judgment.
Want numbers? An independent study1 showed that the interior temperature of vehicles parked in outside temperatures ranging from 72 to 96° F rose steadily as time increased. And cracking the windows doesn't help.

Elapsed timeTemperature rise inside vehicle
10 minutes19°F
20 minutes29°F
30 minutes34°F
60 minutes43°F
1 to 2 hours45-50°F

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