RSPCA Comments on “Death Trap” as Police Leave Two Dogs to Die in Hot Car

The RSPCA has renewed its plea to owners to not leave their pets in hot cars as dogs are losing their lives in the crippling heat after it emerged that two police dogs were left to die in a hot vehicle parked outside the headquarters of Nottinghamshire Police.

An RSPCA officer was called out to the Sherwood Lodge headquarters in Nottinghamshire and found two German shepherd dogs dead. An independent vet is carrying out post-mortem tests to establish how the animals died.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

RSPCA Comments on “Death Trap” as Police Leave Two Dogs to Die in Hot Car

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