Wednesday, July 08, 2015

Freeing Dogs Trapped In Hot Cars Is Now Legal In Tennessee

Lately, there have been several stories of Good Samaritan humans going rogue to save pups trapped in hot cars. 
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A law recently passed in Tennessee decriminalizes the act of saving a dog from a boiling metal death-trap. Starting July 1st, Neighbarkhood Watch vigilantes springing a Spaniel or retrieving a Labrador won’t face criminal charges or jail time. The law is an extension of the state’s Good Samaritan law that allows citizens to break into a hot car if they see a child locked inside.
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Sixteen states have legislation making it illegal to leave a dog in a car in extreme temperatures. (It’s also legal in Maine to free a pup who’s burning up.)
“If you act reasonably, as any reasonable person would respond, you will not be at fault to save a life. You will not be at any fault to save a life and or animals.”
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So if you (Tennes)see a dog suffering in a hot vehicle, free it by any means necessary: brick, hammer, coat hanger, screwdriver…and remember to use eye protection if you plan to break glass. (Or um, use your discretion and/or any methods that work for you.) 

Thursday, July 02, 2015

Jack Rome Vizsla’s Twist on World UFO Day

Today is World UFO Day. Jack Rome thinks that if aliens are going to drop in for a visit, they might as well bring something useful. Check out this animated image of Jack’s version of what will happen if he sees a UFO.  Please Like / Comment / Share with your pet lover friends and family.

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