FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Fayetteville animal control has a warning for pet owners as the temperatures rise this summer.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR-- Meanwhile, Fayetteville animal control has a warning for pet owners as the temperatures rise this summer.
The agency says it's seen a recent spike in the number of complaints involving dogs left in hot cars. Since may 19th, animal control officers have responded to 14 calls.
Six of those complaints have ended with the animal owners gettng citations for animal cruelty because the temperatures in the car got up to 105 degrees.
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