Injured Stray Dog Finds Love and Healing in the Arms of a Caring Police Officer

A call came to Mount Laurel Police Department an injured pup who was struggling in an isolated industrial area in NJ.

Fortunately, one officer directly went to scene and was able rescue the dog who had a very bad wound on its head. The pup was then taken for the necessary first aid at the Burlington County Animal Shelter.

The department reached out to the public hoping to locate the dog’s family as he did not have an ID or microchip. It turned out that the dog was homeless as no one turned up. So, when Matthew O’Hanlon, an officer, knew that, he directly came forward to adopt the 3-month-old pup.

Thor, the pup, is having a great life with Matthew, who has always had love for pitbulls. Matthew said that he will let Thor forget his battered past by giving him the life he deserves. How adorable! Watch the video below.

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Chrissy Beckles and a few of her coworkers were strolling along a beach in Puerto Rico when they noticed a dog roaming about in a mound of trash. They were aware that there were actually three cubs as they drew nearer. The abandoned dog also looked for and guarded her little companions.

The Sato Project’s president and creator, Chrissy, said to The Dodo:

“It was a very depressing scene. They were actually seated on a pile of trash. It was a sweltering day, and there was nothing to eat or drink.”

A group called The Sato Project saves dogs from the streets of Puerto Rico.

The three cubs seemed to be the same age, but Maximus was bigger and didn’t seem to be linked to the other cubs.

Cathy remarked:

“I’m not sure if they were left together or if they just happened to run across one another. Nevertheless, Maximus was like the oldest sibling, and the group was quite close.”

But Maximus really needed assistance. Chrissy observed something drastically wrong with her back legs as she moved.

He was really afraid to walk when I stood him up to check if he could. Instead of advancing forward, he was scuttling sideways like a crab. The level of suffering this small puppy was experiencing is beyond my comprehension.

However, Maximus didn’t appear to be disturbed by the discomfort; instead, he was more concerned about the other cubs.

However, Chrissy and her group took Maximus and the other puppies to the veterinarian after picking them up. Maximus’s injuries were severe, as seen in the clinic’s X-ray.

“Its two damaged legs were quite sorrowful, and practically all of the bones in one leg were gone. The worst part was that her femur wasn’t shattered cleanly; it had split in two and was badly misaligned.”

Maximus’s specific circumstances are unknown, but Chrissy believes he was hit by a car, and the car’s wheels passed directly over the puppy’s paws. The veterinarian did not think he could save his legs after inspecting him.

“The veterinarian then informed me, “This doesn’t seem good.” Two of this puppy’s legs are severely broken. We can apply a cast, but I believe there is significant damage. There’s a chance he’ll drop one.”

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