Hot Car, Dog Owner and an Irate Woman

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Dog in hot carhot car Dog owner and irate womenThe USA Today website has thought-provoking video of a confrontation between a passerby and a dog owner who left his dogs in a hot car.  It looks like the passerby won this argument.

 

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A Stropshire Star website headline: Shropshire police warn they will break into hot cars with dogs inside. Read more.

Laser thermometer gives reading inside hot car

In Oregon some police officers have laser thermometers that give a digital readout of the temperature inside a car.  Oregon’s KTVZ website says There are only 16 states where it is illegal, and Oregon is not one of them. However, a new law passed earlier this year that makes it easier for officers to enter vehicles.  Watch the video now.

Window cracked open in hot car is not enough

Even having your car windows cracked open is not enough to keep your dogs cool.  The WTVR website says We cracked the windows of the CBS 6 car, and just minutes later the temperature in the back seat reached 112 degrees. Since June 1, three people have been cited for leaving dogs in hot cars, according to Chesterfield Police.   Watch the news broadcast now.

Dog in a hot car?

So, what should you do if you see a distressed dog in a hot car?  The West Bridgford Wire has some insight for you.  Their website says Even in just a few minutes, temperatures inside vehicles can rise rapidly, and dogs feel the effects and can become very distressed.  Read more.

 Break windows of hot cars?

A New York politician has created a bill allowing private citizens to break a window in order to rescue a dog in a hot car.  The Life with Dogs website says  Obviously people can’t just put on their hero pants and go around busting up windows every time they see a dog in a car.  Read more.

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If your pet has recently passed on, it may help to read our page about Loss of a Pet and the Grieving Process.

 


Related pages

A Stropshire Star website headline: Shropshire police warn they will break into hot cars with dogs inside. Read more.

In Oregon some police officers have laser thermometers that give a digital readout of the temperature inside a car. Oregon’s KTVZ website says There are only 16 states where it is illegal, and Oregon is not one of them. However, a new law passed earlier this year that makes it easier for officers to enter vehicles. Watch the video now.

Even having your car windows cracked open is not enough to keep your dogs cool. The WTVR website says We cracked the windows of the CBS 6 car, and just minutes later the temperature in the back seat reached 112 degrees. Since June 1, three people have been cited for leaving dogs in hot cars, according to Chesterfield Police. Watch the news broadcast now.

So, what should you do if you see a distressed dog in a hot car? The West Bridgford Wire has some insight for you. Their website says Even in just a few minutes, temperatures inside vehicles can rise rapidly, and dogs feel the effects and can become very distressed. Read more.

A New York politician has created a bill allowing private citizens to break a window in order to rescue a dog in a hot car. The Life with Dogs website says Obviously people can’t just put on their hero pants and go around busting up windows every time they see a dog in a car. Read more.

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