Napa Police Rescue Dog From 136-Degree Car

Claudine Rigal
Juin 20, 2017

Police have had to rescue two more dogs left inside a hot vehicle.

Napa police are warning people not to leave pets inside hot vehicles after they rescued a dog from a locked auto on Sunday.

The dog was taken to a vet and animal control is now investigating.

Posting on Twitter, Hull Central said: "2 dogs found left in a vehicle".

The RSPCA says you should act rapidly if you see a dog in a car in warm weather
The RSPCA says you should act rapidly if you see a dog in a car in warm weather

"When will people learn?"

Authorities said a dog was spotted inside a parked vehicle at the South Napa marketplace on Sunday while the temperature outside was soaring into the triple digits.

When the Napa Police Officer and the Napa County Sheriff Office Animal Service Officer arrived they found the 5-year-old dog alone in a locked vehicle.

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