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Homeless Dog Saves Woman From Being Stabbed And Has Now Found A Family

This abandoned dog had likely been injured by a car because of his twisted back limb and several scars from being abused by people for the most of his life. According to Carla Welch of Fighting for the Bullys, “He’s experienced a horrific existence.” However, this dog now has a new name and a new life—possibly for the first time in his whole life.

The stray dog came upon a man and a woman having a contentious quarrel while walking the streets of Baldwin, Georgia. The dog stepped between the man and the woman to protect her as he drew a knife.

Five knife wounds were administered to the dog, sparing the life of an unidentified human. even if he nearly put hers at risk.

They couldn’t just leave the dog to perish there, even if its condition appeared to be quite precarious.

The agents located a vet who would accept him at his clinic at that particular moment. The dog arrived and fell on the surgery table.

He had lost a lot of blood, which is why his gums were white.

The dog was eventually able to be stabilized, and a few days later he was traveling to Carla’s Tennessee rescue facility with the new moniker “Hero.”

Linda said:

“This dog should have lived. He is amazing. The life of the poor beast has been unbearable. Ever since yesterday, his life has altered.

Timothy uttered:

Officer Seeley and I would want to express our gratitude to everyone who contributed to save Hero’s life. Even though we witness a lot of negative things, situations like this one make you proud of what we do.

Hero still has to find a permanent family in order for the rescue organization to be satisfied, despite the dog’s bravery and the police officers’ amazing compassion in bringing the injured animal to the clinic.

Contact Fighting for the Bullys here if you believe you are the one who can provide Hero with the home he deserves.


Hero is now content in his forever home after being adopted. He is settling in nicely, according to his new human parents, Sara and David Simpson, where he will live with two other canines who will be his siblings in Tennessee.