< Back to All News

Summer Means More Hot Dogs Concerns

Summer can also be a more dangerous time of the year for dogs. With temperatures heating up this week, Sammie’s Friends Director Lorie Hennesey reminds drivers to not leave their animals inside a vehicle, when they’re running errands or attending events and activities…

click to listen to Lorie Hennesey

California is one of a handful of states that now allow someone to legally break into a vehicle to rescue an animal considered to be endangered from the heat. Hennesey says she hasn’t heard about the law being applied in Nevada County, so far…

click to listen to Lorie Hennesey

Animal advocates say it can take as little as 15 minutes for a hot animal to suffer brain damage.

KNCO Web Comments Guidelines

  1. Keep it clean. Comments with inappropriate language, no matter how cleverly spelled or decorated will not be posted.
  2. Comments on the way the story was written or misspelled words will be passed on to the story authors and not posted.
  3. Please use your real name. Anonymous comments or comments posted using a fake name or web handle may not be posted.
  4. Please use your real email address so we can contact you.
  5. No flaming. Any comments that are primarily of a name calling finger pointing nature may not be posted.
  6. The comment section is not a right it is a privilege. KNCO retains all rights as to what is posted on its website.

Leave A Comment

*

*

* captcha