Photo — Brentwood Police Department/Facebook
2 Brave Officers, 1 Adorable Dog in Need of Rescue and an Amazing Vet
BRENTWOOD (AP) — Two police officers have come to the aid of a German Shepherd that impaled itself on a metal fence in New Hampshire.
Police in Brentwood say the owner was trying to free his dog, "Bruno," without success Saturday. It wasn't immediately known how the dog became impaled.
Officers Jared Arsenault and Kenneth Gauthier arrived and helped free Bruno, then assisted in his emergency transport to the Veterinary Emergency & Surgery Hospital of Brentwood where Dr. Lori Gordon went to work.
Bruno underwent surgery and is expected to be OK. The police department posted photos of him on Facebook.