May 18, 2024

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Touching video: The moment the police rescued a dog from a closed car in the sun

Touching video: The moment the police rescued a dog from a closed car in the sun

As the temperature slowly rises, this poignant video reminds us of the danger our four-legged friends face inside the car on hot days.

A large portion of the public owns a dog and cannot part with it even when they have to use a car even for a relatively short period of time.

However, when a pet is present in the car cabin, the driver must take all necessary measures so that there is no risk to his health by paying special attention to where he is parked to avoid the possibility of the temperature inside the car rising significantly. The pet must be at risk of heat stroke and dehydration.

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If the ambient temperature is higher than 20°C The driver must park the car in a shaded place, leaving some windows slightly open But you must also make sure to leave water in one of the cabins so that the animal can cool down.

According to experts, exposing the car to sunlight for half an hour could be enough to lift it The temperature inside the cabin rises by 20 degrees Celsius compared to the normal rate and creates heatstroke conditions for the petthe.

Something like this appears to have happened in the following video that comes to us from Spain and shows police officers breaking into the car to rescue the bull. The ugly animal stayed in the car for a very long time Police officers were unable to find the owner, so they decided to break the glass of the right door to free him.

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The stress that the dog is exposed to due to the heat that developed in the cabin is more than normal because not only did he show aggressive behavior towards strangers that he was seeing for the first time, but as soon as he got out of the car he went Right on the shaded part of the sidewalk and lying down clearly exhausted from the heat.

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