No Hot Pets! Take the Pledge

No hot pets

The summer can be a wonderful time for you and your pet. It’s also a time where you need to be careful of the dangers surrounding your animal.  You can help spread the word by sharing how deadly it is to leave your pet in your vehicle. No Hot Pets is a campaign encouraging pet owners to take their pet with them when they park their car. Share this message and take the pledge today! Let’s have no hot pets this summer!
Check out the website at www.nohotpets.ca or the Ontario SPCA

See a dog in a car? What you should do!

If you observe an animal suffering in the heat, contact your local SPCA, humane society or police services.

Become a Sponsor

Join our team in the award-winning No Hot Pets campaign by becoming a sponsor!

Sponsorship opportunities include:

  • Brand placement on an outstanding website with easy access to No Hot Pets downloads as well as links to the websites of any other SPCAs and Humane Societies that join us
  • Collaboration on a comprehensive social media plan engaging participation across the province
  • Brand placement on Ontario SPCA e-blasts

Interested in learning more? Please contact:

Katie Leonard, Ontario SPCA: kleonard@ospca.on.ca 1.888.668.7722 x348

Take the Pledge

Each and every year the Ontario SPCA responds to hundreds of reports of pets being left in hot cars. This is incredibly dangerous as a parked car can quickly reach deadly temperatures. A dog’s normal body temperature is about 39°C and a temperature of 41°C can be withstood only for a very short time before irreparable brain damage or even death can occur. The Ontario SPCA needs your help to remind pet owners to NEVER leave a pet alone in a vehicle, even in the shade. Pledge now not to leave your pet in a hot car! Your actions today could save the life of an animal tomorrow. Each Pledge will receive a free No Hot Pets window decal in the mail! (While supplies last)

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