A neglected dog in a garden is taken in by the police officer who saved her

A stray boxer-pit bull mix lay on the ground in a public park in Bloomington, Indiana, starving, injured, and abandoned. Passers-by who came across her instantly called the local sheriff’s office for assistance. It was heartbreaking for the observers.

Within minutes, Jeff’s fiancée, Rosie Ahlberg, was driving back home with the dog, which they named Daisy, in the backseat. The local animal shelter was closed for the day, so the poor dog was stuck. The couple agreed to put her up for the night.

Daisy was brought into the City of Bloomington Animal Care and Control facility as soon as Ahlberg, a regular volunteer, could. They diagnosed her with a torn ACL, a damaged meniscus, a luxating patella, and, most likely, years of emotional trauma after cleaning up some open wounds and calming some burns. Daisy, who is only a few years old, has had four owners in her short life, and they tracked her down.

Daisy had been hit by a car in April, according to the owner, and they now wanted nothing to do with her.

This was the ideal chance for Ahlberg and Ripley to show Daisy how much they cared.

“Jeff has a big heart for animals,” said Ahlberg. The couple already had a rescue dog and two cats, so adding another pet was a significant step.

The couple couldn’t resist adopting her after seeing how well she got along with the other animals in their home. “We really wanted to give this dog the chance to know love and what a good home is,” Ahlberg explained.

Daisy immediately settled into her new surroundings. She’s already used to being pet, doesn’t quiver when she hears big noises, and gets along well with the other animals despite being just a few weeks old.

“There’s less room in the bed, but she’s such a sweet dog and she deserves it,” Ahlberg explained.

“Whenever I leave for school in the morning, I look up from my driveway and see Daisy’s head pressed against the bedroom window,” Ahlberg continued. Daisy’s love for her family has been clear in the few weeks it has taken her to acclimatise to her new home.

While Daisy’s situation is improving, she still need surgery to fix her injuries.


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