Mon Jun 27, 2022

Public can’t break car windows to rescue overheated dogs; official responders can

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Whiteville's new animal control ordinance replaces a badly outdated collection of rules that were in some cases not in compliance with state law.

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When the temperatures rise, so do calls to Whiteville Police about animal emergencies.

“We have a lot of people who are concerned when they see an animal in a car on a hot day,” said Ron Guyton of the Whiteville Police. “Elijah (Kemp, the animal control officer) stays busy running

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