The Idaho Humane Society is asking for help from the public and all you need to do is take a survey they are conducting. The survey will ask your opinion on topics from transporting animals safely to the sale of pets, according to our friends at KTVB.

It truly comes down to what matters most to you. The Idaho Humane Society has had a number of complains lately about pet laws and the sale of sick puppies, and they want to address the issues that mean most to Ada County residents.

The survey also includes questions about dogs in hot cars, more specifically about citizens breaking windows to rescue animals they believe are in danger, and any legal issues that would come with doing so.

The survey began on Monday, and if you would like to take the survey, click here.

You will also be asked about pet licensing, pet ordinances, and noise nuisances issues.

The goal is to collect as much data at possible then approach local leaders with suggested ordinance changes.