Imagine driving out in hot weather wearing a thick, hairy jacket? Right, even the thought is extremely uncomfortable! That’s exactly what your dog feels in a hot, stuffy car. In fact, the temperature inside a car on a hot day can become almost double the outside temperature. And dogs, especially those with thick, double hairy coats, can suffer and die from a heat stroke within 15 minutes, especially since they can’t cool down instantly like humans.
As a dog lover, be aware and alert to the signs of heatstroke, and know how to prevent it.
Infographic by – Foxy Groomers