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So many dogs are lost to heat strokes in the summer. Signs and Symptoms of Heatstroke On an 85-degree day it takes only 10 minutes for the interior of your parked car to climb to 102 degrees. In a half hour, it can reach 120 degrees. Leaving windows partially open doesn't help to cool things down inside the vehicle. To make matters worse, dogs have a higher body temp than people and they don't cool down as efficiently as we do. Your canine buddy is designed more for insulation from the cold than for cooling down.