Indiana Law Protects People Rescuing a Dog in a Hot Car – But There’s a Catch

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Did you know the laws related to rescuing someone’s pet or child in a hot car can vary from state to state?

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Doc and Kal recently did a year in review covering various state laws that went into effect this year, including an Indiana law enacted in July that protects people rescuing animals trapped in hot cars from being prosecuted. But even though you won’t face criminal charges for breaking a window to save an overheated pet, you could be responsible for up to half the cost of damages to the car.

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