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Pet-sitting company ‘let two bulldogs die of heatstroke in car’, says devastated owner

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A DOG lover says her two French bulldogs died of suspected heatstroke while being looked after by a pet-sitting company.

Steph Pendleton, 61, claims four-year-olds Lila and Phab were left in a car unsupervised by Pet Patrol Club.

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French bulldogs Lily and Phab died of suspected heatstroke[/caption]

She and partner Steve were told when they went to pick them up after a boating holiday.

Retired Steph had the dogs from eight weeks old and said: “I’m tortured by what my girls went through and the death they had.

“My life has been blown apart.”

“We’d never left them with anyone before, so I really made sure we prepared and tried our best to do our due diligence.”


Steph, 61, of Bridgend, South Wales, reported the deaths to the RSPCA.

It would not comment for data reasons. Cowbridge-based Pet Patrol Club has not commented.

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