A Golden Retriever has found itself to be very grateful to Massachusetts state troopers after they rescued the poor pup from being stuck under its owner’s car. Sunday afternoon, Paul Bertozzi and Daniel Nunes, troopers who work at the state barracks, were called to a home in Holland after the owner accidentally hit her dog in the driveway of the house and the canine got stuck. With some assistance from the Animal Control Officer Wendy LaSage, the troopers went to the house and used jacks to get the vehicle off the dog.
“Trooper Bertozzi said once the dog got out he was ran right over and started licking his face,” Sgt. Daniel Thom said.
Other than suffering a couple of minor burns, the dog was fine, says Sgt. Daniel Thom. The canine went to giving the trooper wet and sloppy kisses for saving us! Similarly, Bertozzi went to a call on Sunday night for a dog struck by a car. The poor animal suffered minor injuries and was also taken to a veterinarian to make sure that all the essentials are in there.
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