It's a sad fact: Hot cars kill dogs. With the summer approaching, it's especially important to be aware of just how quickly a car can heat up. If you're dog is left unattended inside the car, it can spell disaster, even if the windows are left partially open. Temperatures are much higher inside an uncooled car than they are outside, and they can rise very quickly.
Here's a handy device called "Too Hot for Spot" that reads the temperature inside your car and displays it in an easy to read format -- on a thermometer that attaches to the inside of your car window. It's a good reminder that the car is no place for your pet when the temperature is too hot.
Check it out here at PetProductAdvisor.com.