Man Sees Dog About To Die In Hot Car, Smashes Window And Jumps In To Save Him

Despite an emergency announcement over the supermarket loudspeaker, the dog's owner didn't show up for over 30 minutes. The man refused to be a silent spectator to the dog's impending death, so he took action. In any case, leaving dogs in a hot car is akin to purposefully trapping them in a hot oven. Every year, we hear about numerous tragedies involving dogs suffering from heat stroke and even dying in hot cars.

However, several owners continue to be oblivious to this issue, shamelessly torturing their innocent dogs by leaving them in overheated cars. After enduring a dog's frightening plight in a hot car for around an hour, a pair of tourists at the Tesco Supermarket in Swansea, Wales, were forced to take a desperate action.

At firstInitially, the customer concerned notified the supermarket management of the troubled dog. Despite a loudspeaker announcement, the owner did not arrive for more than 30 minutes. He bravely broke the car window and jumped inside just in time to save the suffocating puppy. Another woman jumped in to give water to the heavily delirious dog as he carried him out of the vehicle.

The next few minutes were critical, as shoppers took the panting dog into the shade and gave him water. The dog was doing much better by the time the cops arrived. They eventually tracked down the owner and "advised" them about the risks of leaving a dog in a hot car.

While there is no news about whether the owner will face legal action, the community has praised the shoppers who assisted the dog without fear of repercussions. We hope that this incident serves as a wake-up call to those who want to leave their dogs in hot cars.

See the video below to see how a couple of shoppers banded together to save a dog who was choking in a hot car

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