Jennifer Beals defends decision to leave dog in locked car

31 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Actress Jennifer Beals caught leaving her dog in hot car, says ‘it’s fine’.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Actress Jennifer Beals is defending herself as a loving and “discerning” dog owner after she was captured by a TV reporter briefly leaving her dog inside a vehicle on a warm day in Vancouver, British Columbia. In the video footage, Beals insists “it’s fine” to leave the animal in the vehicle with one window open on a hot day, before the concerned stranger tells her he is reporting the incident.

The 51-year-old actress, best known for her starring role in 1983’s “Flashdance,” left her large German Shepherd-type dog in her Ford Escape on Marine Drive near 18th Street in West Vancouver on Wednesday just before noon, reports Canada’s Global News. However, Marcie Moriarty, a representative for the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, disagrees with Beals, saying, “Definitely not. The Proof star received criticism on Wednesday, July 29, after footage surfaced of the actress in Vancouver, Canada, returning to her car — where she’d left her German shepherd. TMZ said the incident was reported to the SPCA, whose chief prevention officer replied, “The sun shines in Dunbar just as much as it shines everywhere else.”

Ever.” “I’ve worked with dogs in obedience, agility, and shepherding training,” she continued. “I am not only a loving dog owner but a discerning one. Her car was visible to her the entire time, she said. “I wondered why two people were congregated by my car taking pictures of my girl,” she said. “Proud mama thought it was because she’s so gorgeous. The organization has the authority to enforce laws relating to animal cruelty and to recommend charges to the provincial Crown. “I think this is an education opportunity.

While I appreciate their vigilance and what must have felt like courage on their part, they were barking up the wrong tree.” “Jennifer is one of the more savvy and committed dog owners I have ever worked with,” she told Us. “She has a hard-wired intuition that most owners do not. She reportedly has upcoming roles in the drama Manhattan Nocturne, alongside Yvonne Strahovski and Adrien Brody, and the Steve Anderson thriller The White Orchid.

Don’t treat him like you wouldn’t treat someone you cared about or someone you loved.” “Dogs can’t sweat, so when stuck inside a car at temperatures above 90 degrees, they have no way of cooling themselves,” a statement on the PSA showed.

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