Don’t leave pets in hot vehicles
Every year we encounter people leaving their pets in vehicles on hot days. Each time we approach the guardian it is the same answer, “We love our pet and it loves to come out with us.”
Well, the reality is your pet may love you and in turn it expects you to look after it and not place in harm’s way, that may kill the pet.
Pets in vehicles on warm and sunny days can die quickly as heat rises fast, even with windows open.
So, rather than argue with us and try to explain how much you love your pet, one time you may be explaining why your pet died at your careless behaviour.
George F. Evens