Did you know that on a 86°F day, the temperature in the car can reach 102.2°F in less than 10 minutes? Summer heat poses a real threat to pets if they are left in the car as it only takes 15 minutes for them to get a heatstroke. But heatstroke is not the only danger in the summer. From tick bites to burnt paws, hot weather can cause many problems. If you need a quick reminder of key tips, you can save or download this summer safety checklist. Your furry friend will appreciate it.