PETA’s favorite naughty angel, actor Krysten Ritter, does whatever it takes to save dogs in hot cars.
According to a new documentary, the pets become down when their owners go to work, and the problem is worse for those whose masters work long hours.
Dogs can die of heatstroke in MINUTES. On a 78° day, a car parked in the SHADE can reach 90°F. Park in the sun, & it will reach 160°F! Here’s what to do if you see a dog in a hot car: http://peta.vg/2gz
Dogs use specific facial expressions to show how happy they are to see their owners, scientists have found.
Every year, dogs suffer and die when their guardians leave them in a parked car for “just a minute” while they run an errand on a warm day. The temperature inside a parked car on a warm day, even with the windows slightly open, can reach 160 degrees or above. Order free copies of PETA’s new “Hot Cars Kill” poster! http://peta.vg/2eh
IMAGINE: You’re a dog in a hot car, you can’t sweat, or open a window. What happens? http://peta.vg/1yh
WATCH pro soccer player Robbie Rogers explain how fireworks affect your animal companions and how to protect them in his exclusive public service announcement (PSA) for PETA: http://peta.vg/1vp
Human best friends are overrated—see 14 of the cutest sets of best friends, who show us what true friendship is all about! http://peta.vg/1of