No one is safe in a locked car on a hot day. It is not safe especially for small kids, elderly people and pets. They may even lose their lives. Because on a very hot day, the temperature inside a locked vehicle can rise like an oven. So all vehicle owners should keep this in mind.
Being a pet owner is not easy because of such things. It is a huge responsibility. But some don’t even think about that responsibility. This is a story about a Rottweiler who faced an unexpected fate because of such an owner. One day, a heart-warming incident was reported from Padstow, a south-western suburb of Sydney. That day, the temperature in that area was around 30 Digrees. So it was a really hot day.
That day, passersby who were passing by a car saw something incredible. That is, a rottweiler dog is stuck inside that car. As soon as they saw it, they informed the authorities about it. As a result, within minutes Bankstown Traffic and Highway Patrol officers arrived at the scene. After officers arrived, the dog’s owner also arrived at the scene.
They then quickly removed the dog from the vehicle and took him to the vet for treatment. He was already in weak health and very dehydrated. As a result, Rottweiler left his life very soon. Many people do not know that on a day with a temperature of 30 degrees, the temperature of inside the vehicle can rise to about 70 degrees. Even a very healthy person cannot bear it. So the inside of the car is like an oven . Because of that always pay attention to this.