Distressed and vomiting dog rescued from car in 35C heat after beach-goers smash window with hammer
A distressed and vomiting dog was rescued from a car in 35C heat after beach-goers smashed the window with a hammer.
Concerned passers-by noticed the dog heavily panting inside the car as temperatures soared at Frensham Ponds in Surrey on Sunday.
Rescuers desperately attempted to hydrate the French bulldog by feeding it sips of water through tiny gaps in the window, reports Surrey Live .
Hollie Marie Evans, one of the group, said a small crowd of people decided to then smash the windows and free the pup.
They used a hammer to break in and retrieve the dog, which was handed over to the park rangers’ office.
It wasn’t until four hours after the dog had been discovered that the owner returned, only to express more concern for the damage his car had sustained than the welfare of his pet, Hollie said.