Warning issued following death of TV presenter’s dogs after being in hot car

Aidan Rennie-Jones
KATHERINE HIGGINS OF CHRISTIE'S WITH THE "K1 NGS" NUMBER PLATE SOLD TO AN ANONYMOUS BRITISH BUYER FOR A RECORD 203,500 POUNDS AT CHRISTIE'S IN LONDON.
KATHERINE HIGGINS OF CHRISTIE'S WITH THE "K1 NGS" NUMBER PLATE SOLD TO AN ANONYMOUS BRITISH BUYER FOR A RECORD 203,500 POUNDS AT CHRISTIE'S IN LONDON.

Dog owners are being urged to think twice before taking their dogs in hot cars after a TV presenter's pets both died from heatstroke.

Katherine Higgins, who has been on Antiques Roadshow and Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is, shared the news on social media that both her Labradors -Monty and Daisy - had died.