Some people don’t realize that even if you park under a shade and leave your windows open, it is still not safe to leave your dog inside the car. Even if it doesn’t seem like the weather is hot, the temperature inside the vehicle can become very hot. For example, if its twenty-two degrees outside, the insides of a car can reach up to fifty degrees within an hour.
So when people in Surrey, England, saw a French Bulldog left by its owner inside their car. They were naturally concerned. It was a hot and sweltering day, and the car was left in the lot while the owners went to the nearby beach to cool off. Witnesses said that the dog must have been inside the vehicle for at least four hours.
Smash the windows
When the people found the dog, it was already severely affected by the heat. It committed at the back of the car and looked liked it was getting a heatstroke. As most French Bulldogs have difficulty breathing because of their short snouts, the situation could get worse for the dog. It was already panting heavily.
They tried giving the dog some water. Pouring it from a bottle through the small opening of the window. The water would splash on the driver’s seat, and the dog would lap it up. But it seemed not enough. So after some discussion, the concerned bystanders decided to smash the window. As soon as they had access to the locks, they opened the door and took the dog out.
As the dog continued to vomit and had difficulty breathing, they took the dog inside a building where it could cool off and drink some more water. They kept the dog until the owner returned to their car. According to the people, the owner was unapologetic about leaving the dog behind. And with the advice of the police, the dog was returned to its owner.
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