Veterinarian Sits in a Hot Parked Car for 30 Minutes

Veterinarian, Dr. Ernie Ward, set out to see what it feels like for a dog helplessly trapped in a hot car.

Armed with a clock, a thermometer and a video camera, Dr. Ward sat in his car, with the windows cracked, for thirty minutes while the temperature climbed to a sweltering 116 degrees.

The doctor explained, even with the windows cracked, the air in the car was still.  Just a few minutes in, and already drenched with sweat – a cooling function that dogs don’t have – Dr. Ward was already starting to reflect on the suffering that dogs must experience in the same situation.

The video below serves as a vivid reminder to pet parents to NOT leave a dog in a hot car, even if only for a few minutes.

via: dogingtonpost

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14 Of The Creepiest Places Found In The United States

For those of you who like bone chilling horror stories, haunted houses/museums etc., be sure to check out some of the creepiest places in the United States,  you will ever find!


The Museum of Death, Los Angeles, CA

creepiestplaces07Founded in 1995, the Museum of Death features a large collection of serial killer memorabilia (yes, apparently that’s a thing), including prison artwork done by the serial murderers themselves! What, you don’t want to go?

Clinton Road, West Milford, NJ

creepiestplaces10Known to many as the “Most Haunted Road in America,” drivers along it have often reported supernatural sightings and satanic rituals. If those things weren’t enough, there are stretches of it known as the Dead Man’s Curve and the Ghost Boy Bridge! Count us out on that one.

The Lizzie Borden House, Fall River, MA

creepiestplaces13The Lizzie Borden house was the site of another ax murder, in which the aforementioned Lizzie Borden was accused of murdering her father and stepmother. She was acquitted, to nearly everyone’s surprised, but the eeriness of the murder still hangs over the place.

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Weston, VA

creepiestplaces03A hospital for the mentally ill which surprisingly was still in operation little more than two decades ago, the building is now thought to be haunted by the spirits of patients angered by overcrowding, poor conditions and inhumane treatment.

The Grave of the Female Stranger, Alexandria, VA

creepiestplaces06The subject of a bizarre and little understood legend, The Grave of the Female Stranger holds the body of a woman who died and was buried by her husband in 1816 completely anonymously. Her spirit is said to haunt the grave to this day.

The Saint Louis Cemetery, New Orleans, LA

creepiestplaces09 Known for its unsettling above-ground vaults, this group of three cemeteries has many notable residents, but perhaps the most infamous is Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans, who is said to grant wishes for visitors who perform a ritual and leave an offering.

Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery, Chicago Suburbs, IL

creepiestplaces04 Many feel cemeteries are spooky places to begin with, but Bachelor’s Grove is undoubtedly creepy even by those standards! Containing only 82 plots to begin with, the graveyard has largely been abandoned after numerous reports of supernatural sightings.

The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, CO

creepiestplaces08Famous for being the hotel which inspired “The Shining,” the Stanley has long been believed to be haunted, especially the well-known ballroom. More recently, the television program “Ghost Hunters” investigated and found that in fact there were scientifically inexplicable phenomena which originated in the ballroom.

The Winchester Mystery House, San Jose, CA

creepiestplaces02 Once a project of Sarah Winchester (the wife of the designer of Winchester Rifles), this mansion was intended to contain the spirits of those killed by her husband’s invention. These days, it is a giant building with bizarre architectural quirks, and in which there are often strange sightings and sounds.

The Villisca Ax Murder House, Villisca, IA


The site of a famous ax massacre, the Villisca Ax Murder House is said to be haunted by the ghosts of the Moore family and their guests, who were murdered in 1912; a case which remains unsolved to this day.

Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louisville, Kentucky

creepiestplaces11Built in 1910 for the purpose of housing tuberculosis paintings, the hospital was forced to expand considerably following an outbreak. Even a conservative estimate places the death toll at the hospital around 8,000 at the time of its closing in 1962, and those dead are said to haunt the building now.

Lemp Mansion, St. Louis, MO

creepiestplaces12The Lemp family once owned a brewery that made them rich and powerful in St. Louis. That is, until tragedy befell the family. Several generations of suicide plagued the Lemps, and their house now has a reputation as one of the most haunted buildings in the United States.

St. Augustine Light, St. Augustine, FL

creepiestplaces14Built at the site of a previous lighthouse which collapsed, this one is said to be haunted by the daughters of the superintendent who lead the construction of the current lighthouse, both of whom drowned in an accident there.

The Mütter Museum, Philadelphia, PA

creepiestplaces01If you find preserved human specimens morbid, this is definitely not the place for you because it’s stocked full of them. If those don’t bother you, how does an entire extracted human colon sound?