A resident of Franklin, Indiana, one day walked down the street when he noticed something strange. It was a dog walking alone.
A passerby approaches a friendly dog and notices a bottled message on his collar. The message explained where the puppy came from. Unfortunately, there are many reasons why someone should give up on a pet, but the most humane thing you can do is at least take your pet to an animal shelter that you know is safe. But mysteriously, the dog’s ex-owner decided to throw her dog down her street with a small note to explain how much she was loved.
Fortunately, a German shepherd mix named Roadie was discovered by a friendly passerby. Passersby immediately noticed the message in the bottle wrapped around the dog’s neck. The stranger was called Michael Delp, Johnson County Animal Control Director, and immediately went to help the dog. Reading the note, he discovered that Roadie originally came from a loving house, but unfortunately her owner could no longer take care of her. “When I read the notes, I have two emotions. One is that if it’s real, my heart is directed at that person,” Michael told The Dodo.
“I felt angry that if it wasn’t legal, someone would make an excuse to abandon a dog designed to elicit sympathy,” the memo turned out to be completely legal. We were able to determine who the owner was and get the help he needed very much. But the roadie story wasn’t over yet. Fortunately, the cute dog was in good health and was able to find a new home much faster than expected. Jeremy Pell was the head of the White River Township Fire Department and the deputy sheriff of the reserve.
As soon as he encountered Roadie’s tragic story, he realized that the dog was perfect for training search and rescue dogs. “I opened the news and saw Roadie,” Jeremy told Dodo. “I saw the breed and history, and the fact that she literally lives in my backyard.” Jeremy went straight to the shelter to find out Roadie, and she easily passed her test. I was delighted to see.
He decided to adopt her at that moment. “She has a bond with me,” Jeremy said. “She expects guidance and acceptance from me and is trying to do her job. I think she should bark at strangers, but I’m okay to tell her … I Get those soulful, compassionate eyes, which seems she apologizes. She sits neatly, looks at my eyes, flattens her ears, and slowly raises her legs. But Rhodie is not just a working dog, he is also a member of the family. And to make sure she fits perfectly, Jeremy decides to give her a new name: Rosie Grace. “All our dogs have a middle name, so her name is Rosie Grace, because it’s due to God’s grace. She was discovered and given a new career. We gave her I want to take him from rescue to rescue.
“It’s been over a year since Rosie was adopted, and she’s fine! She’s now a fully certified search and rescue dog. Doing a great job. She also loves spending time with Jeremy and her human brothers.
I am very pleased that Rosie has had such a wonderful family and a second chance.