Are you prepared for that summer road trip you’ve planned with your canine travel companion?
Veterinarian experts say all it takes is just a few minutes for a dog to suffer the effects of heat stroke or even perish in an overheated vehicle. Shocking right?
Unlike humans, dogs don’t sweat; they cool themselves primarily through panting. But, when they are left inside a parked car which is capable of reaching 100°F in just 10 minutes—even in the shade—just panting can’t help your dog to escape the heat. Is there a reliable solution to this life-threatening problem? The short answer is, yes, and it’s easier than you think. Thousands of pet parents are already dealing with this the smart way.