- Royal Borough of Greenwich
- T6 Beach 150
I am not overstating the danger.
Find out about the dangers of leaving your dog in a car, conservatory or caravan, and learn how you can help if you find a dog in a hot car.www.rspca.org.uk
Direct from RSPCA website
‘Many people think it's ok to leave their dog in the car if they're parked in the shade or the windows are open. But a car can become as hot as an oven, even when the weather doesn't feel that warm. When it's 22 degrees Celsius outside, the car could reach an unbearable 47 degrees within an hour. It's very dangerous and will cause your dog suffering and harm’
No it isn’t
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I suggest you try it.
Park in the shade, open two windows a bit and relax and eat a sandwich, then surf the web ‘til the half hour is up. It’s fine. I’ve done it… regularly. It’s certainly preferable to doing the grocery shopping.
I’ve also pulled over at motorway aires or service stations when tired and napped for half an hour or longer in hot weather… it’s fine… so long as you have the windows open a bit.