CAMPBELL, Ohio (WKBN) – On Friday, humane agents with Animal Charity helped rescue a dog that was nonresponsive because of heatstroke. Unfortunately, the dog later passed away.
Animal Charity announced the dog’s death just before 6 p.m. Friday.
The dog was found earlier Friday outside of a Campbell home.
Agents responded within 10 minutes and were able to cool down the dog.
They posted a picture to Animal Charity’s Facebook page, showing them loading the animal into their van.
Agents said at the time that the dog’s condition was critical and they transferred him to a vet.
Animal Charity wants to stress animals should not be left outside in the heat.