This Egg Experiment Shows How Leaving Your Dog In A Hot Car Can Kill Him.
Once you become an owner of a dog, it's pretty hard to separate from him or her. A dog can easily become your best friend. With that said, many dog owners like to bring their dogs along with them on car trips to run errands. Although it may seem innocent, leaving a dog in a parked car on a hot day can be fatal.
Even if you're going into the store "for just a minute" and leave the windows cracked, a dog can suffer from heat exhaustion in a matter of minutes. A user on Reddit recently did an experiment and left an egg inside his parked car on a hot day. In just 15 minutes, the egg was cooked! Imagine what could happen to a dog in 15 minutes?
Someone recently decided to do an experiment on a hot day.
They left an egg in a pan inside a parked car to see what would happen to it.
Sometimes, the inside of a car can become much hotter than the outside environment.
“The interior temperature can reach as high as 160 degrees in less than 10 minutes.”
According to PETA, every year dogs suffer and at times even die from being left inside a parked car.
Even if the owner left for "just a minute" to run an errand, leaving a dog inside a parked car can cause severe damage on a hot day.
Leaving the dog in a car for too long could lead to brain damage.
A dog could experience a sudden heatstroke in just 15 minutes.
Just look at what happened to the egg after 15 minutes!
It's practically cooked and ready to consume! Imagine what 15 minutes would do to a poor dog?
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