Someone sent us this submission from Shrewsbury:
“This was in Shrewsbury, they pulled into the parking lot in front of Starbucks at Lakeway Commons. The poor dogs looked miserable in the torrential downpours. It was so sad.”
No person shall transport an animal in the back of a motor vehicle in a space intended for a load on the vehicle on a public way unless such space is enclosed or has side and tail racks to a height of at least 46 inches extending vertically from the floor, the animal is cross tethered to the vehicle, the animal is protected by a secured container or cage or the animal is otherwise protected in a manner which will prevent the animal from being thrown or from falling or jumping from the vehicle.
Yea, those aren’t 46 inches, nor are they in cages or cross tethered. That truck takes a sudden turn and those pooches go flying. Would love to get a name for license plate S91 224 if someone wants to provide it. Dogs deserve better than that.
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