Ore. dogs at risk as owners leave them in cars

08/7/2013 | Oregonian (Portland), The

In just one day, animal rescue workers and police in the Portland, Ore., area responded to seven cases of dogs left in hot cars, prompting officials to remind owners to keep pets safe from the heat. AVMA statistics show that the temperature inside a car can increase by 19 degrees in ten minutes and 43 degrees in an hour, noted Multnomah County spokesman Hank Stern.

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