Dogs Left Inside Car Saved By Samaritans & Officer
GAINESVILLE - In Gainesville, number of residents began to complain when they saw two dogs locked up in a car, outside of a Publix parking lot. Ryan Sheppard and Kathryn Miller are accused of leaving their dogs unattended inside of a vehicle, during 97 degree weather; inside of the car it was actually 124 degrees. The couple began to scream at the good samaritans and officer attempting to rescue the animals. The dogs were in heat related distress and hydrated on scene. Alachua County Animal Control issued civil citations and Sheppard was taken to the Alachua County Jail.
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