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Long Island MORON Leaves Dog in Hot Car at Bethel Woods

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State police say a 52-year-old Long Island man left his dog in a vehicle with the windows rolled up while he attended Tuesday night’s Journey and Steve Miller Band concert at Bethel Woods. Several people told troopers that a dog was locked in a vehicle in the parking lot.

Troopers gained access to the vehicle and removed a poodle named Milo. Police say the dog appeared to be in good health.

The dog’s owner later showed up at the state police command center looking for his dog. He was ticketed for failing to provide food and water to a confined animal and locking a companion animal in a vehicle during extreme temperatures.

NEVER LEAVE ANIMALS IN THE CAR!!!!!

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