325 Shelter Place
El Paso, TX 79905
Work: (915) 532-6971 #7
FAX: (915) 532-0155
Even 10 minutes could be too long for a dog or cat left in a
parked car on a hot El Paso day. By then, the temperature
inside the car could reach 160 degrees and that’s hot enough
to cause the pet to suffer heat stroke. Within moments, it
could suffer permanent brain damage.
If emergency care is not given, the pet could DIE.
The short stop you plan to make at the store could stretch to
15 minutes or more before you know it. Your mistake could
cost your dog or cat its life! Leaving the windows cracked
won’t cool the car enough to protect your pet!
Although you and your pet would like to be together during
the Hot Summer El Paso months, it’s much kinder and safer to
leave your pet at home with plenty of shade and cool drinking
If you see an animal in a car during a hot day please
report it immediately! YOU COULD BE SAVING A LIFE!