Dogs die in hot cars: not long is too long

James Yeates
Friday, June 2, 2017

A recent survey by the RSPCA has revealed that almost half of people questioned believe it is acceptable to leave dogs in the car on a hot day. You may have seen their campaign on social media emphasising that ‘Not long is too long’. James Yeates from the RSPCA urges readers of The Veterinary Nurse to get on board with their campaign. Together we can help to stop dogs, and other animals, suffering.

Dogs die in hot cars: not long is too long
Dogs die in hot cars: not long is too long

Subscribe to get full access to The Veterinary Nurse

Thank you for vising The Veterinary nurse and reading our archive of expert clinical content. If you would like to read more from the leading peer-reviewed journal for veterinary nurses, you can start your subscription today for just £26.

Subscribing will enable you to:

  • Stay up-to-date with current thinking and best practice in veterinary medicine
  • Enhance your knowledge and understanding of all key clinical topics
  • Achieve the mandatory requirement of 45 hours' documented CPD over a three-year period
Subscribe now

Already registered? - Sign in here

Download Now

Keep up to date with The Veterinary Nurse!

Sign up to The Veterinary Nurse's regular newsletters and keep up-to-date with the very latest clinical research and CPD we publish each month.