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Californians Can Now Break Into Hot Cars To Rescue Dogs

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All States Should Follow Suit!

After a series of dogs died from being left in a locked car on a hot California day, the state became the latest to allow people to break the dog out.

Governor Jerry Brown signed the bill into law on Saturday. California residents can now smash a car window with no fear of prosecution if a dog is in peril.

If law enforcement officials are not responding quickly enough, the dog is clearly in trouble, and there is no other way to save the animal, rescuers can break in.

The rescuer must remain at the scene until law enforcement officials arrive.

Way to go Jerry!

This is great news for our furry little friends in California. Please use the buttons on this page to pass this article onto all your dog loving friends (especially those in California).

Article source: Fox News

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