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KEEPING YOUR PETS SAFE IN THE SUMMER

PLEASE DON'T WALK DOGS ON HOT PAVEMENT OR ASPHALT - if you can't leave your hand on the surface for more than a few seconds, it's TOO HOT and can burn your dog's paw pads.

DON'T EVER LEAVE YOUR PET IN A CAR if the temperature is over 70 degrees!

Even with the windows cracked, your pet could die or suffer permanent physical injury. If you can't take them with you wherever you are going, just leave them at home!

How hot does it get in a car, and how quickly?

Pet Safety

Never leave your pet in a parked car when the outside temperature is above 70 degrees. Not even with the windows partway down, not even in the shade, not even for a quick errand. Dogs and cats can't sweat like humans, so they pant to lower their body temperature. If they're inside a car, recycling very hot air, panting gives no relief, and heat stroke can happen quickly."

It is a crime to leave an animal in a hot car, subject to injury, and any instance you witness should be reported to the police or County Sheriff's Department immediately. Arizona law allows the breakage of a window to save an animal at risk in a hot car.

"Heat stroke can permanently damage a pet's health very rapidly. The change of only a few degrees to a dog's normal body temperature can quickly result in coma, organ dysfunction, permanent brain damage or even death.

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