The dogs inside the vehicle was noticed by a passerby and they immediately called for help. Give or take a few moments later and the officer arrived at the scene. They found two dogs shut inside the car.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that dogs should never be left in a vehicle with rising temperatures outside. It doesn’t take long for a car to head over a 100 degrees and the dogs inside to get hurt.
Officer Lisa Holland states in the video, “We arrived out there to the scene and saw the dog appeared to be in distress, panting heavily in the back seat.”
The temperature outside was 97 degrees and the car? The car was 150 degrees!
Researches show that leaving dogs inside cars are even dangerous when the external temperature is 78 degrees. But this had crossed a line.
Both of the culprits in this case were charged with animal cruelty. And deservedly so.
So, call 911 if you ever see any animal left inside a car.