The dog’s life was saved by the cop who protected the collapsed dog and provided him with water and shade

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June 17 was noted as the hottest day of summer in Washington when the temperature reached 99 degrees.

Tennessee is one of the states where the temperature in summer goes from 85 to 90 degrees on average.

On that hot temperature it’s important that the pet owners should be careful to keep their furry friends safe.

The Red Cross even advises dog owners to be careful and protect the paws of their dogs from hot surfaces.

Many people leave their dogs in hot cars with open doors.

Open doors do not save your puppy. However, it’s important to note that not everyone was careful and follow the safety measures in order not to harm their pets.

On June 15 the kind-hearted Samaritan noticed a sweet dog and alerted the trooper named Tudors.

The helpless dog was suffering from the extreme heat.

“ The dog was left on the side of Interstate 75 all heated and in need of water.“ the patrol wrote on the Facebook page.

Of course, the kind-hearted man couldn’t pass by and took his umbrella to keep the dog in shade.

The police officer sat beside the dog and gave him some snacks in order to gain his trust!

Some time later the sweet dog felt protected and safe and that’s when the trooper took him to the animal shelter.

At the moment the sweet dog is well-treated by the Tn Animal Control.

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