After years of campaigning to get people to leave dogs and animals at home during the summer, the BC SPCA is trying something different.
As reports of dogs being left in hot vehicles start rolling in right on cue for the season, the SPCA is launching a #NoHotPets pledge campaign.
- Here’s what the SPCA says to do if you see a dog locked in a hot car
- Victoria woman finally charged after dog left in hot car died last summer
- 16-month-old baby dies after being left in a hot car in BC
All you have to do is sign a pledge stating that you’ll never leave an animal in a hot vehicle, and the organization will mail you a free decal!
While we don’t know what the stickers look like, the SPCA will be shipping them to BC residents shortly.
Will you be claiming yours? Click here to sign the pledge!
— BC SPCA / BCSPCA (@BC_SPCA) July 3, 2019