This kind hearted man just tried to help the dog and even was obliged to give his coat to the animal to protect him from cold
The Fredonia County Sheriff’s Department got a call someday notifying them that a dog had already been struck by a vehicle.
Corporal Chris Howlett made its debut to find an injured dog laying in a snowdrift.
In an attempts to maintain the shivering, wounded dog warm and stop her form dying to shock, he typically extracted his coat and buried her.
While calling for rescue, Howlett sat down and tried to reassure the dog, telling her that she was not the only one.
The dog was taken to a neighboring veterinarian for treatment not long after. The pup had survived with only cuts and bruises, much to the reliever of her humans.
The puppy, named Rogue, was returned back to its owner after some short rehabilitation. As per a statement from the Sheriff’s Department,
“I’ve received an update from the family. Rogue is her name. I’m sure people’s kindness and support meant a lot to the family.”
“At a period when police departments seem to be under fire, this displays a modicum of empathy here on part of the federal government, particularly our deputies.”
Sgt. Chris is shown comforting a puppy who has been hit by a car. She was restored with her parents, who are monitoring her condition.
She was taken to the hospital with cuts and bruises and is expected to survive recovery.”