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It's Hot! (In This Car!) Flyers & Posters!
Because many states allow only $#@!istance dogs to be brought into stores or malls, some people take their dogs along on errands but leave them in the car. This can be deadly.
A little heat outside a car can quickly make it very hot inside. On a summer's day of only 85 degrees Fahrenheit, for example, even keeping the windows slightly open won't stop the inside temperature from climbing to 102 degrees in 10 minutes, and to 120 degrees in 20 minutes. A dog whose body temperature rises to 107-108 degrees will within a very short time suffer irreparable brain damage — or even death.
UAN's "Don't Leave Me in Here — It's Hot!" flier has saved countless animals' lives over the years. With its tips on prevention and treatment, the flier has proven to be a painless reminder that alerts someone of the dangers of leaving animals in the car while he or she is shopping. Whenever you see a parked car with animals inside, place the "Don't Leave Me in Here — It's Hot!" flier under the windshield wiper. (If you see an animal in imminent danger or a child left unattended inside a car, see the store manager or contact the police.)
Download/Print Acrobat PDF — black and white »
Download/Print Acrobat PDF — red and white »
Purchase a 25 pack in the UAN Store »
You can download and print a single sheet (three up) of our "Don't Leave Me in Here – It's Hot!" fliers (PDF file), or order your own lifesaving packet of fliers from the UAN Store (25 fliers for $3). Call (916) 429-2457 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for information about discount pricing for larger-volume orders.
Download/Print your own sign — Acrobat PDF »
You can also print a copy of UAN's "Hot Temperature" warning sign (Acrobat PDF) and distribute it to area businesses. Ask store managers to display the poster prominently, so that customers and their dogs stay safe and sound this summer.
Download/Print an order form — Acrobat PDF »
Download a "Don't Leave Me in Here — It's Hot" flier order form to use for tabling events and to spread the word to others on how to order and distribute these lifesaving fliers.
Download/Print Acrobat PDF — 8-1/2 x 11 poster »
Download/Print Acrobat PDF — 11 x 14 poster »
Download our new "A Hot Oven or a Hot Car... It's the Same Thing" poster to print out and hang up to remind others not to leave their dogs in parked cars.
05-26-2009, 09:46 PM #2
It sucks that it's getting so hot now, Diesel and Kara love to go anywhere and everywhere in the car, but it's not worth risking their lives.
05-26-2009, 10:03 PM #3Platinum Member
- Join Date
- Apr 2007
Thanks for the links! I'm passing them on to our clinic.
05-26-2009, 10:43 PM #4
It stays really comfortable in there (we tested it in full sun w/o the dogs). But even so, we're planning on putting in a doggie door so they won't have to be crated 11 hours on hot days.
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