At the warning of local residents, police and Opal Capture agents rescued two dogs that were found locked in their owners’ car parked in direct sunlight. The temperature on the street that day reached 32 ° C, and in the cabin even higher.
It was from a real oven that 2 dogs were torn off, left alone in a car parked under the sun. The rescue that took place on Sunday, August 14, in Boulogne-sur-Mer.
The temperature in the car must have been around 40°C or more. Extremely dangerous conditions for these animals, which threatened with heat stroke and its consequences for their health. In some cases, it can even lead to death.
Luckily, the two dogs in question were rescued just in time. Neighbors called emergency services. Police officers, Opale Capture agents and technical services from the city of Boulogne-sur-Mer arrived on the scene and worked together on this beneficial intervention.
The police smashed one of the windows of the car to unlock the doors and free the four-legged ones. They were then taken care of by the inter-municipal pound Saint-Martin-Boulogne.
Also according to Opale Capture will file a complaint and that owners of rescued dogs will be fined. In addition, the latter will have to pay the costs of the pound sterling.