Loudoun Authorities Rescue Dog Locked in 127-degree Car

Loudoun County deputies and Animal Control officers were called to the Community Plaza shopping center parking lot Friday morning to care for a dog that was left unattended in a locked car.

They were able to enter the car and rescue the dog. The inside temperature was measured at 127 degrees, according to the report.

The owner, who was found inside the store, was released on a summons.

One thought on “Loudoun Authorities Rescue Dog Locked in 127-degree Car

  • 2018-05-08 at 9:52 am
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    What is wrong with people? The deputies should have locked the dog owner in the car for 10 minutes. See how they liked it.

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