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Summer is here and dog trainer Al Hholzer wants to remind pet owners not to leave their best friend in the car on a warm sunny day. He says many people don't realize how fast the car can heat up, even in the shade. a car can reach 120 degrees very quickly. Heat stroke, brain damage and death are possible for a pet left in a vehicle, even if the window is cracked and they have water.

 

 

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