Christine Collins, Sunningdale
On Friday May 25, a dog was left in an SUV outside a local doctor’s practice in the full sun.
Even though it’s winter, people need to realise that the sun still gets very hot, and in a car with one window open an inch, it still becomes dangerous for your pet in no time.
This wasn’t a “nip into the shop” incident, but a doctor appointment which could be up to 45 minutes.
Do not leave dogs in cars on sunny days, summer or winter, rather leave them at home.
I found and informed the owner that someone would break his window, needless to say he ran out to look, but he still left the dog where it was.
Is the window more important than the dog?