A bold new fundraising initiative to transform HeatKills.org into an IRS-approved 501(c)3 charity, and help take our efforts to prevent dogs from suffering in hot cars to the next level.
I was interviewed on “The Schilling Show” on WINA today, regarding why I created HeatKills.org, why it is so dangerous to leave a dog in a car, and my new report on the local SPCA’s failure to publish accurate information concerning these matters.
Why would a Virginia SPCA publish nothing on its website or Facebook page about heatstroke and dogs, but produce a flyer containing incorrect medial advice? Good question.
. August 18, 2014 For immediate release: “DOG PATROLS” BEING FORMED TO PREVENT DOGS FROM SUFFERING IN HOT CARS AT SHOPPING MALLS Download a PDF version of this press release here. (Charlottesville, VA) According to scientific research, even in temperatures as low as 70 degrees, dogs left in cars with the windows partially open can […]
Announcing the birth of a new organization, HeatKills.org, that will be dedicated to helping to prevent dogs from suffering, and dying, in hot cars. You can help advance this mission. Click below to learn more.