You see a dog in a hot car... what do you do first? How do you coordinate volunteers who offer to help? How, and what, critical information do you document for police, animal control and veterinarians?
Dogsafe makes it easy with our Dog in a Hot Car Responder:
- will keep you calm because you have step-by-step guidance from assessing the dog to calling the police - will help you document your response actions --including entering a vehicle with force-- that may assist in an animal cruelty investigation, and conviction - will help you document critical canine first aid information to provide to a veterinarian for follow-up care - will guide you with drop-down menus, through twelve screens, in a clean design with no distracting pop-up or flashing ads - and assembles all the data (for you only, we don't collect it) into a comprehensive document to email to yourself, animal control, police or veterinary clinic
Concerned about dogs left in hot cars? You need Dogsafe's Dog in a Hot Car Responder app.
Dogsafe's Dog in a Hot Car Responder app was designed by Dogsafe's founder, Michelle Sevigny, a former police officer and professional dog trainer. Real life experience for a real life application.
USER MANUAL | FAQS: http://www.dogsafe.ca/dog-in-a-hot-car-app.html FREE PDF VERSION: http://www.dogsafe.ca/heatstroke-responder.html for a free downloadable/printable Dog in a Hot Car Responder Checkist PDFand more resources from Dogsafe's Canine Heatstroke Awareness & Responder Network community project. DOGSAFE WEBSITE: http://www.dogsafe.ca/or for info on global eLearning and safety products.