ARLINGTON, Va. (WUSA9) -- An Arlington woman was outraged when her vehicle was towed on Sunday, but it wasn't just the car she was upset about.
Jennifer Geisler parked in a Clarendon parking lot to stop in to an AT&T Store, and left her dog, Red Dog, in the car with the window cracked.
When Geisler's car was towed for illegal parking, Red Dog went along for the ride.
"There has to be some type of ethical issue here, when they're going to tow a car with a live animal inside, " Geisler said.
Geisler went to retrieve her towed vehicle, and alleges that Advanced Towing would not let her see her dog until she paid the appropriate fines.
There are no regulations regarding animals in vehicles being towed in Arlington County.
There is a $135 maximum fine for towing from a private property. Advanced Towing charged Geisler exactly $135.00.