The Dog Begged the Policeman To Save Him From a Cruel Life.

Officer Angela Laurella was dispatched to a report of two dogs chained to poles on a dead-end street in Pompano, Florida.

There were no cameras in the neighborhood, so no one knew how long the dogs had been there or who had abandoned them. On the other hand, Officer Laurella understood that there was no time to waste with temperatures reaching 100 degrees outside. A small chain was used to secure the dog to a pole. The dog was frail and in bad health.

To get pets, the dog, now named Liam, placed his paw in the officer’s hand and bent his head. “She just walked gently toward him and held out her hand, and he kind of cowered and gave her his paw, as if to say, ‘Please help me get out of here,'” Roman explained.

Laurella recognized that Liam had not had an easy life and required particular care, so she contacted the rescue 100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades, Florida for assistance. Despite the fact that the rescue was overcrowded, Roman accepted Liam without hesitation.

Following numerous vet visits, Liam is now resting in Roman’s home, where the 17-pound pocket bulldog is gradually regaining strength—and eating better than he has in the past. While Liam still has a long journey ahead of him, including numerous vet appointments, he’s been a light of happiness since his rescue.

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“He loves everyone, and this dog doesn’t have a mean bone in his body,” Roman remarked. “That says it all to me, because after everything he’s been through, he’s still so appreciative and forgiving.”

With so many shelters at capacity, Roman hopes pet owners will seek assistance and services from shelters and rescues before concluding they can no longer care for their pets. And Liam exemplifies how every dog deserves a second chance.

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