Many great pet websites have articles about the dangers of leaving dogs in hot cars, so we decided to do something a little different. The intent of this post is to empower you to make a difference by sending you out there armed with educational materials that promote this deadly dog issue. From shareable graphics to printable flyers and posters, there are many ways we can work together to educate pet parents.
Free Printable Poster & Flyer Downloads For ‘Dogs Die in Hot Cars’ Campaigns:
ASPCA ‘Pets in Hot Cars’ free flyer to download and print.
Indy Humane Society ‘Dogs Die in Hot Cars’ free, printable poster.
AVMA free, printable ‘Pet in a Hot Car’ poster.
Ask A Vet A Question offers a free, printable ‘Don’t Leave Your Dog In The Car!’ flyer.
My Dog is Cool offers several free, printable posters, signs and flyers to spread awareness about dogs in hot cars.
If you prefer to send a different message, it’s really easy to make your own posters and flyers in your favorite word processing program. Most of them have free flyer templates to guide you.
If anyone thinks you’re being a bit of an alarmist, direct them to the scientific data about car temperatures:
Hyperthermia Deaths of Children in Vehicles, a study by the CCM Department of Geosciences, SFSU.
New Scientist report on a Stanford University Study that proves cars develop killer heat, even on cooler days.
You can also check out your local laws if people really need to be slapped alongside of the head to get it. Most provinces and states have passed legislation that includes leaving pets in a hot car under animal cruelty laws.
Together, we can take the knowledge level from “I didn’t know that!” to “Oh please, everybody knows that!”
Please feel free to share links to more printable posters and flyers to save dogs from hot cars.
We’d like to take this opportunity to wish everyone the kind of
Summer that fond memories are made of!
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