Police Rescue Dog From a Hot Car in Scarborough
For the second time in less than a week, a puppy has been rescued from a hot car in Toronto.
Police say the pulled a 3-month-old Lab-mix from an unattended car at a Scarborough plaza. They say the puppy had been inside the vehicle for at least an hour, but is said to be in good condition.
Cops say the dog was taken to a veteranarian as a precaution. The owner is facing charges.
It comes on the heels of a dog dying after being stuck in a vehicle for about two hours while its owners were inside Vaughan Mills shopping centre.
The couple, from Val Caron near Sudbury, were brought up on animal cruelty charges.
On Monday, a woman was fined $260 for leaving her Chihuahua inside her car for over an hour at Sherway Gardens.