9. Leave off the dog in the car
It’s my sincere advice that don’t leave your pooch in the car all alone. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration say that in just 10 minutes, the temperature in the car rises by 20 degrees, even if you park your car in the shade.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Association has confirmed this research. It further says that the temperature inside the car can skyrocket to 110 degrees, even if the outside temperature is chilly and fresh 60 degrees. Dogs can’t sweat Like humans. They can get overheated fastly. And because of the deficiency of this critical capability to cool themselves, the results of leaving the dog in a parked car can be deadly.
Panting excessively, drooling, and looking overall agitated are some signs of overheating. If the dog shows life-threatening symptoms like diarrhoea, vomiting, or lethargy, then visit the vet instantly.