Dog thrown out of car in Ohio rescued by shelter, reunited with family


GEORGETOWN, OH – A dog and her dad were reunited together after she had been missing and apparently stolen and abandoned. Two weeks ago, Savey was pushed out of a moving vehicle in Aberdeen and rescued by the Brown County Humane Society.

“After she barrel rolled on the street she picked herself up and desperately tried to catch up with the car.
Our wardens brought her to the shelter that evening. Savey has been a good girl while here but understandably shook up and depressed,” BCHS said. “Today, after her original owner saw our post on FB. He rushed to the shelter. Savey had been missing for over a year. Pictures were shared as he described her birthmarks and old scars to a tee. She had been with him since she was a small puppy.”

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Savey recognized him as soon as she got to the hallway of the lobby and immediately started pulling and jumping for him. The sad depressed girl quickly became happy wiggly and overjoyed to see her person.

“If we said there weren’t a few tears shed this morning we would be lying,” BCHS said. “Take care Savey, thank you for being our miracle today.”

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