Shoppers took matters into their own hands to save two poodle puppies who were locked inside of an unbearably hot car at a shopping mall.

 The tiny puppies were suffering and without water inside of a sealed-tight car in the parking lot of the Southland Center Mall in Taylor, Michigan on Friday night.

Bystanders watched the car for more than an hour with no owner in sight when video posted to Facebook shows one of them taking matters into his own hands by trying to break the window with his elbow.

Then another man smashed the window with a golf club as mall security stood by and then opened the car.

The heavily panting four-month-old puppies were rescued from the sweltering car and given water, which they desperately gulped down.

The pooches were turned over to Animal Control who named them Mister and Sassy. The woman who came out of the mall and claimed said she was watching the puppies was arrested, according to Fox29. She was apparently getting her nails done, reports the outlet.

'Our mayor, our police chief, are big animal advocates and they're not going to stand for people locking their animals in cars. It's 90 degrees outside. It's probably 110 in the car,' said Director of Animal Control Lanny Hill.


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