Dog Rescued from I-30 Finds New Home

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Last week, officer Allen Speed and Paul Garcia were traveling down I-30 in Forth Worth, Texas, when they spotted a small terrier running down the highway. The female dog was scared and disoriented, and thanks to the officers, the pet, now named Beach, was rescued.

Photo Credit: Humane Society of North Texas/Facebook
Photo Credit: Humane Society of North Texas/Facebook

The rescue video was captured by the police car camera and later uploaded to YouTube.

The video shows how the officers stopped traffic and used a bag of dog treats to lure Beach to them. The pet was very scared and tried avoiding the officers but a few minutes later she approached officer Garcia and he was able to scoop her to safety.

Photo Credit: Humane Society of North Texas/Facebook
Photo Credit: Humane Society of North Texas/Facebook

 

Beach was taken to the Humane Society of North Texas and placed on hold for a few days to give her family a chance to claim her. When her holding period was up, the dog was placed for adoption and on February 5, 2015, she found a new forever home.

Congratulations to Beach! Thank you officers Speed and Garcia for your heroic actions.

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