We've all walked by a car on a hot summer day with the windows cracked and a dog panting to death on the inside.

The question is, have any of us done anything to potentially save that dogs life?  Surprisingly enough about 1 out of every 25 people have!

49% of people have called the cops about the dog. Unfortunately though about one-third of people say they've seen a dog locked in a car on a hot day and didn't do anything about it.

4% of people say they've actually BROKEN INTO a stranger's car to rescue a dog.  That's one in 25 people.

So you know, even if it's 70 degrees out, that's too hot to leave your dog in the car if the sun is shining.  On an 80-degree day, even with the windows cracked the temperature in the car can get to 102 in just 10 minutes, and 120 in 30 minutes.