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Hey,

I am planning for road trip with my dog Bruno, can anyone let me know which pet monitor is good for saving my dog from this heat.

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So you aren't in the UK!

I've got a digital thermometer attached by rubber band to the dogs' crate in the car so I can keep an eye on what temperature they are in but that's as pet monitor technical as I get I'm afraid!
 

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I do not even have that. If I get hot I figure the dogs are hot so I open the window. Never even heard of pet monitors. Here in the UK umbrellas are a more useful piece of equipment although in some parts of the US I imagine they could be useful.

Regards, John

PS. For those in the UK, I understand that summer this year will be on the 27th of July, with winter starting on the 28th.
 

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My Landrover had "Climate Control" Phil, The climate controlled what you got. When it rained you got wet and when it was cold you froze. But having sold that my truck, a Mitsubishi L200 is completely different. Absolutely lovely in winter, but as the heater controls are jammed on full heat, a might warm in winter. My car is a 21 year old Volvo 940 and has the luxury of a fully working heater AND electric windows!!!!! So why splash the cash??

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My Landrover had "Climate Control" Phil, The climate controlled what you got. When it rained you got wet and when it was cold you froze. But having sold that my truck, a Mitsubishi L200 is completely different. Absolutely lovely in winter, but as the heater controls are jammed on full heat, a might warm in winter. My car is a 21 year old Volvo 940 and has the luxury of a fully working heater AND electric windows!!!!! So why splash the cash??

John :)
I remember those landrovers with the flaps that folded down at the front just exposing you to the elements! Great on a hot summers day, but leaky and cold all winter! Defenders were and probably still are the best off roader going but Landrover have gone all posh these days!
 

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L200's are good in the mud, but a little too blingy for my taste. But with 4 picker's up and 6 or 7 dogs my short wheelbase Landrover 90 was a little too small. But I have to say, I do prefer my old Landy to my glitzy L200.

John :)
 
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