A woman responded fast to save a dog that was [stuck] on the side of a busy Michigan road until others came to help.
A sincere individual Debbie Allen noticed the puppy was [caught] and very frightened, so she acted quickly to make sure it wasn’t struck by a car. In an effort to keep the German Shepherd out of the path of the approaching cars, she pressed up against the center barrier.
Allen, a pet owner herself, said that when she pulled over, traffic came to a complete stop since the dog was running uphill. She turned around to fetch it because she wanted to make sure the German Shepherd would be safe
She went back to her car and tried to stop the flow of traffic. A different driver was waiting with the dog as she returned. The Michigan State Police then arrived to offer assistance.
Allen observed that the German Shepherd was well-fed, tidy, and polite. The dog, she assumed, had been [lost] from his house because he was [frightened].
When the Humane Society arrived, they were able to safely remove the dog. Despite allegedly lacking a microchip, the dog was delivered to a Michigan Humane Society facility close by. It appears that rescuers are currently searching for the owner to reunite the dog with its owner.
If you love your pets, have them fixed and microchipped. We appreciate this rescue very much! I’m hoping he finds a forever home soon.