Never leave your dog in the car because if you do, you’ll be killing your pet.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) says that leaving a dog in a car on a warm day is a very dangerous situation for the dog. Car heats up fast and the temperature in a car can reach 47 degrees within an hour. Just what like happened to Fidji, a 14 month-old boxer. Fidji has died due to being left in a car while his owners were shopping at IKEA.
Fidji remained in the car for four hours until someone decided to break the vehicle’s window. He was taken to a local vet for surgery, but unfortunately, Fidji passed away.
Click the play button below to see Fidji’s rescue.
This is a very tragic incident. May this be a reminder to all dog owners to never let your dog locked in your cars. In case you see a dog shut inside a hot car, call the police or seek help from the authority.