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HOT CARS A SUMMER THREAT

High temperatures are dangerous or possibly deadly for pets. Rancho Coastal Humane Society spokesman John Van Zante sat in a closed car July 1 to demonstrate how quickly temperatures inside closed vehicles can rise – as much as 30 degrees in less than 5 minutes. This can cause heat exhaustion or heat stroke. In the time it takes to go into a store and buy a loaf of bread, the temperature in your vehicle can become deadly.

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