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Emaciated puppy seized from Niagara County residence finds new home with officer who rescued him

 FUR-EVER HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS ♥ Hemi has been adopted by the officer who found him in a home in Niagara County.

An update from the Niagara County SPCA on Tuesday said that when he's tolerably , Hemi are going to be going home with the officer who found him.




NIAGARA, N.Y. — A 6-month-old puppy seized from a range in Niagara County has found a replacement fur-ever home.

Hemi, along side another dog, was seized from a home after the Niagara County SPCA received a tip from an anonymous call that two dogs during a backyard seemed to be in rough condition. 




According to the officer, one among the dogs couldn't put pressure on its leg. the opposite dog, Hemi, was emaciated, dehydrated and will hardly walk. SPCA officials say his back leg was swollen and bruised. 

Hemi was taken an area veterinary hospital.


An update shared from the Niagara County SPCA on Tuesday said that Hemi was rescued by the officer who found him.



"My friends at the SPCA are taking excellent care of me. I can’t wait to travel to my forever home with the officer who rescued me when I’m all better again. Love Always, Hemi," the post read.


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