Video: Dog Released from Hot Car in Washington, DC


Written by: Phil Monahan

Our friend and former colleague James Hathaway was in Washington, DC, on business over the weekend, and he stumbled upon a scene all too familiar: police and firefighters attempting to rescue a dog left in a parked car on a blazing hot day. It’s important that we continue to educate the public about how dangerous this situation can be for a dog. (See previous posts here and here.) And a hearty Bravo! to all the first-responders on the scene to help this beautiful pooch.


Thanks to some quick work by DC police and firefighters, this dog was saved from a horrible situation.
Photo by James Hathaway

2 thoughts on “Video: Dog Released from Hot Car in Washington, DC

  1. Philippa Kent

    How can people be so bloody dumb and just plain cruel. I guess they are pretty unevolved and unaware of anything but themselves. This makes me SO ANGRY.

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  2. Linney Pinnell

    People such as the owners of this dog, should not have pets OR children. There should be a test to have either!

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