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Heat Danger

DANGER
A few minutes in a hot car could kill your pet!!!

A pet should never be left unattended in a parked car when the outside temperature is over 70 degrees. Allowing an animal to be harmed in this way is considered animal abuse. It is ILLEGAL and punishable by fines and imprisonment!!

If you see an animal in distress or locked in a parked car, please call the Butler police department at (660) 679-6131.

WARNING!!!

A SUMMER DAY CAN BE DEADLY TO A PET LEFT IN A PARKED CAR.
When the temperature outside is above 70 degrees, a parked car quickly becomes unbearably hot inside within minutes, even with the windows left sightly open.


  • In just 10 minutes, the temperture inside your car can reach 102 degrees or hotter.
  • In just 30 minutes, the temperature inside your car can reach 120 degrees or hotter
  • At 110 degrees, your pet may have just minutes to live! Your pet will suffer heatstroke, leading to collapse, brain damage and an agonizing death!

If Your Pet Is Overheated,
Take Emergency Action!!

Put your pet into cold water or give a cold-water rubdown immediatley to lower body temperature. Take your pet to a Veterinarian for though examination.

City of Butler • P.O. Box 420, 22 W. Ohio • Butler, MO 64730 • 660-679-4013 • info@civicplus.com

City of Butler • P.O. Box 420, 22 W. Ohio • Butler, MO 64730 • 660-679-4013 • info@civicplus.com
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