Summer is upon us, and that means it is H-O-T. To remind pet owners of the dangers of leaving an animal in a parked car, Veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward sat in a parked car with a timer and a thermometer to show us how hot it really gets. In just 30 minutes, temperatures reached 117 degrees. While 117 is hot for a human, we can sweat. But animals don't even have sweat glands, making 117 degrees seem even hotter! Remember, don't leave your pets in a parked car in this summer!