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When it's hot don't leave your pet in the car!
Even if the temperature outside is only 70 degrees, the inside of your car maybe as much as 20 degrees hotter.
On a day that is 85 degrees, it only takes 10 minutes for the inside of your car to reach 102 degrees.
Within just 30 minutes, the car's interior can reach from 85 degrees to 120 degrees.
Know the symptoms of heat exhaustion:
**It is important to make sure your pets have plenty of fresh water and access to a fan, air condition or shade during high temperatures.