You may think a 75 degree day isn't that hot, but the inside of a car can rise to 94 degrees
in a mere 10 minutes. Within 20 minutes, the temperature will be 104.
Under these conditions, it won't take much for your pup's temperature to reach the heatstroke tipping point
of 105 degrees. This causes organ damage and even death.
To spread awareness about hot car deaths, Dog's Trust
created this powerful time-lapse video that simulates how quickly a dog can overheat in a car, watch it above.
Featured image via Dog's Trust.