An office was called to a car accident scene earlier this month and found a four-month-old puppy wedged under the seat. Officer Rodger Nolan and fellow officers rushed to get him to safety and the puppy apparently curled up on top of his feet to show his appreciation according to an article by Indiana news station Fox28.
A couple of weeks later, Officer Nolan stumbled onto a similar puppy on the Franklin County Dog Shelter‘s website and decide to go take a look with his wife. The Labrador-pit bull mix that goes by the name Camden was indeed the same dog he saved and was given to the shelter by their owner. On November 22nd, the officer adopts a dog and brings him home. He reportedly loves playing with Officer Nolan’s other dogs, a Great Dane and a Boxer and is now a part of the family.
Camden, a Labrador-pit bull mix was rescued by Officer Rodger Nolan from a car accident scene. He was wedged under a seat but safely removed by Officer Nolan and fellow officers.
Officer Nolan found the puppy on the Franklin County Dog Shelter’s website and destiny brought them together a second time. He and his wife visited the shelter on Thanksgiving and adopted the puppy.
Camden feels right at home with Officer Nolan’s other dogs, a Great Dane and a Boxer. He was rescued twice and couldn’t have found a better family for his forever home.
H/t: Huffington Post
Officer Nolan has a big heart and he’s a supercop for rescuing this cute pooch not only once, but twice. For more information about this rescue, please visit the Columbus Division of Police Facebook page.
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