Dog Saved From Blazing Hot Car
Source: Honest Paws
Summer is a surprisingly dangerous season: If we ignore rising temperatures, we can put ourselves and others at risk for heat strokes and dehydration. While it’s common knowledge that animals must not be left in cars without ventilation, that doesn’t stop some people from doing just that, as evidenced in this video.
A good samaritan in Vermillion, Ohio, recently spotted a desperate elderly dog in a hot car. Thankfully that good samaritan’s actions led to the dog being rescued in time, but other animals may not be so lucky. Remember that every degree counts — and your pet should never be in a vehicle, for any length of time, where the temperature can’t be controlled to keep him or her safe. In the summertime, the best advice is to leave your pet at home on hot days.
Nimble Pet Temperature Monitor:
If you are traveling somewhere that your pet needs to accompany you, however, Nimble’s RV Pet Temperature Monitor can monitor the environment and temperature of your vehicle in real-time. Whether you’re traveling in an RV, a car, or leaving your pet at home during the summer months, this is an invaluable tool that will ensure that the temperature in his or her environment is comfortable and safe. In the event that the temperature becomes unsafe, Nimble’s RV Pet Temperature Monitor sends an automated SMS e-mail alert so that you never have to worry about your pet’s safety while you’re away.