This great site shares the importance of not leaving your furry friend in the car when it's even slightly warm outside. Now, I know WE all know that but there's some dummies out there that do it all the time. Mom says she sees pups left in cars in store parking lots much too frequently. It's alarming how quickly the temperature rises! For instance - when it's 91 degrees outside and the car windows are up, within a few very short minutes the inside temperature of the car will rise to 115 degrees. That's HOT! Sometimes people think that if they leave the windows slighly down and park in the shade it will be okay. Not so. On a 90 degree day in a car with the windows cracked, the temperature inside the car will rapidly reach 108 degrees. In a study done at Stanford University, they discovered that even on what humans may consider a cool day with an outside temperature of 72 degrees, a car's internal temperature will rocket to 116 degrees within 60 minutes. That's even with the windows slightly lowered which interestingly they concluded really didn't make that much difference. This website offers printed information you can leave on cars that contain hot-dogs inside. We think that's great! We give this website two big Sibe paws up!