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Traveling with a Dog in the Car – Well Done State of Ohio!

Dear Diary,

So I was surfing the web a little bit today, not easy to do with big furry paws I can assure you, and I saw this really cool thing from the state of Ohio. The good people of Ohio just passed a law that allows you to break car windows to save a dog or a child who might be in danger. Traveling with a dog in the car just got a lot safer for all of my furry friends in the Buckeye state.

I’ve been talking lately about the importance of keeping your dog cool in the summertime. This is especially true for big, hairy (and handsome) Samoyeds like me. 🙂 Now the state of Ohio has made it legal to rescue a child or dog in a hot car as long as every door is locked and the police have been called. You can read the entire article describing the new law by CLICKING HERE.

Good job Ohio! This would be a great law for every state to pass, don’t you think? But until that time, let’s give your state a cheer.

OH!

IO!

OH!

IO!

OH!

IO!

Until next time, Mr. Diary.

– S

P.S. Remember, all posts signed off as “-S” are written by Sacha himself.

 

 

5 thoughts on “Traveling with a Dog in the Car – Well Done State of Ohio!

  1. Anthony

    It’s just common sense that you should be able to smash a window in to save a child/pet. I find it unbelievable that it has to actually be passed into law. Nevertheless, Ohio is on the right track, by the sound of it. Great blog, by the way. Keep up the good work.

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    1. Mike

      Thank you very much for the kind words! Hope you’ll come back again. And yeah it does seem kinda ridiculous that a law like that needs to be passed. But we’re a pretty litigious society, especially in the U.S., so you can see the need.

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  2. Shawn

    Hey Mike,
    I love the site!! I agree 100%. Good on the state of Ohio for doing something that should have been done long ago. I am always so amazed when I see people leave their kids or pets in hot cars. Have they not gotten in their cars after it’s sat for 10 minutes in the sun? Geeze!! Hopeful this will take up around the nation (I think it is law here in Louisiana too) and help save the lives of kids and pets!!

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