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Videos of dogs in hot cars, Charlottesville, VA

Written by on July 21, 2014 in Uncategorized

A montage of some of the videos I’ve captured of dogs locked in hot cars, in Charlottesville, VA, since 2012.

To read the scientific data about how dangerous it is to leave a dog in a hot car is one thing.

With that data in mind, to look into the eyes of a dog who’s in this terrible situation, is something completely different.

One key driving force in my creation of is the videos I’ve taken since 2012 of dogs that were locked in hot cars, in Charlottesville, VA.  Follow this link to see the archive of these videos:

Videos of dogs in hot cars

If you happen to see a dog in a hot car:

(1) Call 911 or the police non-emergency number (in Charlottesville, it’s 977-9041).

(2) Take a video of the situation, and email it to me with description of the incident.

Thank you.





About the Author

About the Author: My name is Jon Sutz. I am a dog-loving multimedia graphic designer, writer and creative consultant, in Charlottesville, VA (bio). But the most important, joyous job I've ever had, was as "dad" to Shayna, the miracle dog who helped to save my life after 9/11, and about whom I wrote my first book, "Saved By Shayna: Life Lessons From A Miracle Dog." Learn more about Shayna at her website. In tribute to Shayna, I developed to help raise awareness of the dangers of leaving one's dog in a hot car. .


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