This sweet guy's name is Freedom. Freedom came to us today. His owner passed away and he was being left outside chained to a dog house. The owner's son had been caring for the dog until he found somewhere for him. That's when a neighbor stepped in and reached out to local rescues to help find him a new home. She contacted us and asked if we could help and of course we couldn't say no. This sweet dog was in the local paper recently. The man's neighbor was a cop and was talking to the owner and looked over and the poor dog had tangled himself by accident. By the time the cop got over to him, he was unconscious. The cop gave him mouth to mouth and saved Freedom's life ! The owner kept him outside during the day and inside at night. The cop is a true Hero ! I am posting the link to the newspaper site:
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