...yesterday evening at the corner of Ceder Crest and HWY 92. The wife and I pull in on the bike and of course immediately notice the good looking Golden Retriever in the window of a black Mercedes station-wagon. We talk a sec as we are removing our helmets and then walk towards the Mercedes as that is the general direction in which we needed to go. It took a minute but we realize the car is not running and the windows are cracked. The dog has a muzzle made out of a leash on but is still able to pant and his tongue is hanging pretty good but he appears to be ok. I asked around to some people standing in the lot but no one knows to whom the dog belongs. One girl says, "it's been in there a while". Temps are still in the low 90s per the gauge on my bike. As I start to dial 911 a guy walks out of the vets office and puts his hand in the car and pets the dog. I ask him, is that your dog and he says "I am taking care of it". I told him to get he dog out of the car, it is hot. At this point I am three cars down as I wanted to keep my distance just in case. The guy was early to mid 60s and much smaller than me. He yells, "I take care of this dog better than most people take care of their kids". My wife of course yells back "are you comparing yourself to regular parents or parents who leave their kids in the car" I let him know I am on the phone with 911, he starts demanding my name as he has a right to know who is calling the cops on him. He ends up pretty much in my space and while the 911 operator is talking to me I tell him, I am going to take a step back and that he best not advance as at that point I will feel threatened and will take action. He ended up getting the dog out of the car before the police get there and takes it in the vets. When the police do arrive they tell me he had called them and said he felt threatened. Of course there were 6 people around go no, no, no....lol I do not know how the visit went when the officers went into the vet's office. Now I know I should have never allowed the man into my space but it was a situational call and I did not believe I was in danger. Of course the wife wanted me to start busting windows and let her call 911.