ASPCA study: Only 67% would help dogs locked in car

A new study by the ASPCA has found

A new study by the ASPCA has found that not everyone who spots a dog locked inside a car would spring into action to rescue it. (August 27, 2014 6:06 PM)

A new study by the ASPCA has found that not everyone who spots a dog locked inside a car would spring into action to rescue it.

The study shows that while people are concerned, they may not follow through when faced with the situation in real life. 

A total 93 percent of the adults polled say they would rescue a trapped dog. But among those who actually faced the situation in real...

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