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Summer heat can kill, quickly.

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  • #61
    Very interesting. And you are right. Many are the times when during disaster, we forget to look out for pets that have been affected, when we are their only carers, and should also be concerned of their welfare.

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    • #62
      In my view if you are going to leave your pet in the car at least leave it tied to something like the steering wheel or the assist handles. Then leave a window open to some level that can let enough air in.
      Her love for you is real, treat her right.

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      • #63
        Hello everyone, it is perpetually hot here in the Philippines and so I never consider leaving my dog inside my car alone and never without the A/C on. I love to take my dog for a walk in a park near my home but I always have to wait until after 5 to avoid the sun.

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        • #64
          Yeah, don't leave your pets in the car for even 5 min D:.
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          • #65
            You should do the same thing for an animal.
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            • #66
              You should do the same thing for an animal.
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              • #67
                OMG that's awful!
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                • #68
                  in my country the temperature is 35 celsius and my dog is fine every time drink and eat all what is need
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                  • #69
                    As a veterinarian Id have to 100% agree with the post - I have treated countless heat stroke dogs in Australia. One came in blind and defecating blood because she was so severely affected (husky locked outside on a chain in the sun). Thankfully with fluid support and cooling she lived, and regained her sight but it was so horrible to see.
                    I have a blog with pet info vettails .com and can be contacted on facebook - vet tails
                    great forum! enjoying it

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                    • #70
                      Tsk tsk this is totally bad news to us.

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                      • #71
                        In Australia, some part of the States made the punishment of the people who will let their dogs out under the heat of the 40C sun with AUD35000 or 1 year imprisonment. That is how serious the government regarding animal care.
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                        • #72
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