When Angela Fullmer and her husband, Isaac, saw a dog wandering around on the highway back in 2015, they knew they had to rescue him from homelessness.
He’s a good boy. I think he saved my life,” Maya Fairweather, told the New York Post of Apollo, the five-month-old “fearless” pit bull pup who saved her from a violent assault a few years back when she was just 18.
Score another win for pit bull rescue pups. Dogster reports it was none other than a pit bull named DBoy who saved Roberta Trawick from a home invasion—at gunpoint—in Oklahoma City.
Last year, a rescue dog named Axel saved a great-great-grandmother living in Manchester, England from a home invasion.
As reported by Fox 10 in Phoenix, a man named Michael has his rescue pup, Jazzy, to thank for saving his life when he fell into a diabetic coma.
Recently, Sadie, a 60-pound pit bull, broke out of her house in Tuckahoe, New York in order to get help when she smelled (or otherwise sensed) a gas leak.
Shelby is a 13-year-old shepherd and retriever mix living with Louise Robillard and Andy Chyc, who adopted Shelby to help protect their 35-acre property in Ontario’s Sault Saint-Marie.
Something that makes ovarian cancer so dangerous is that it’s often not diagnosed until it’s spread to other organs. But try telling that to a rescue pup insistent on saving his person’s life.