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ŠKODA Ireland Urges Drivers To Never Leave Their Dogs in Their Car

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The new campaign by Boys + Girls addresses one of the under-reported aspects of the intense heat – the dangers to Man’s Best Friend.

 ŠKODA Ireland Urges Drivers To Never Leave Their Dogs in Their Car
A car heats up like an oven and, in exceptional hot conditions such as those we’re experiencing now, can kill a dog in just 15 minutes. So, the advice to dog owners is simple - never leave your dog in a hot car. 

That’s the striking premise behind a new pet safety campaign created by award-winning creative agency, Boys + Girls for ŠKODA Ireland.

Boys + Girls collabrated closely with PHD Dublin to negotiate last minute contextual media space with the campaign now live across print, radio and social. The new campaign addresses one of the under-reported aspects of the intense heat – the dangers to Man’s Best Friend. 

Even if it’s 22°c outside, inside a car can reach up to 47°c within an hour so it’s easy to imagine the appalling effects on a pet even if the vehicle is parked in the shade or a window has been cracked open.

According to Laurence O’Byrne, Creative Director at Boys + Girls; "Advertising at its best when it helps to change behaviour and that's exactly what a campaign like this has the power to do. As a dog-loving country we're not used to the current levels of intense heat, so we need to be aware of its impact our beloved pets and react accordingly.”

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Boys+Girls, Thu, 28 Jun 2018 16:54:59 GMT