It is that time of year, when those of us who normally do not deal with scorching heat face it head on.
This sign is circulating the Internet. Many folks want to see if posted in every parking lot. Of course, determining if it is too hot will leave a lot of folks making a bad decision. Wouldn’t it be grand to have a device tell us how warm it is inside the car. I can see the day when our cell phone will get a signal from the car–someone is trying to steal it, the temperature is thus-and-such, etc. Maybe in the meantime, we need the sign on the door as we enter the store asking us if we forgot our child or pet in the car. I am not sure what will totally cure this problem. People make decisions.
Revival Animal Health has an article on keeping your pet safe. Yes, they are marketing products, but the article has many good ideas. It is worth the read ==> OverheatingDogPopsicles
Let’s remember beloved manner. can happen not our friend. their body. They need the they give us. Water to drink, shade, water to play in, and sometimes it is too hot to be out for an extended length of time.
Posted on July 1, 2014, in Dangers, Health and Wellness, Hot Topics, Information and Education, Previous Pup Update, Topper X Dusty and tagged Cars get hot, Don't leave your pet in the car, Don't leave your pet in the yard, Heatstroke in the Weimaraner, Safety first, The heat and ourpets, Weimaraner, Weimaraner Heatstroke. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.