They Heard Crying From An Unmarked Van, You Won't Believe What They Found! -

Hot Cars and Dogs Don’t Mix

Image: NBC News

Keeping a dog in a hot car during the summer is abuse—plain and simple. Not only do car temperatures increase super quickly when in direct sunlight but they can exceed temperatures of 130 to 172 degrees. This could easily kill a dog within minutes. So, when an animal rescue in New Jersey received a call about puppies trapped in a van, they didn’t hesitate to come to the rescue.

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