First, this is not a debate!
The biggest thing I would say is to turn off the car and take the keys with you even if it turns off the tv he can still snack and hang out till you get back... Cars are stolen all the time because people see cars that are left to warm up and steal them.. what a horrible experience to come out of daycare and your car is gone. In washington it is acutally illegal to leave your car running. And if someone stole the car and didnt see him in the back it is just scary..
For me, it would depend on where it was.
I would have to agree with maybe getting a seperate key so you can keep the doors locked if you are going to keep the car running. that's the part that would make me nervous the most. running unlocked cars can seem like a nice easy mark and i doubt they would check to see if there was a lo in it or not
Kelly - I would just suggest locking the doors. This time of year it won't get to hot and in the winter you can carry an extra blanket to throw on him if it is only going to be a minute or
I would make sure you are parked in the driveway and not on the street.
Thanks for the replies!
I guess I should say the younger hogs. Before they go off to market not the 600lb sows. The farm gives me nightmares sometimes. The boys do so well there. They both know that whey equipment is moving they need to be out of the way and in plain sight. If they don't know we are there they don't know to look for us so we always make the rounds to say hi to everyone. So much going on around there. As scary as it can be I can't believe how my my 2yo knows and how much he picks up just by being there.