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Heartbroken Dog Adopted 24 Hours After Being Abandoned By His Family

 A dog's tragic story took a happy turn one day after his former owners dumped him on the road.

Millions of dogs are abandoned annually . Down in Texas, one woman captured this heartbreaking moment on film.

According to Newsweek, the incident occurred in Horizon City, Texas, where a lady named Joy Dominguez was running errands. But this routine event took a horrifying turn when the Texas woman saw a husky being abandoned on the road.

At first, the dog appeared to think he was going for a walk together with his human, who helped him out of the car. But the dog’s excitement quickly turned to confusion when his owner gets back to the vehicle, shuts the door, and drives off.

The husky began chasing after the vehicle, but the dog’s desperation did not persuade the people to prevent driving. because the dog’s confusion turned to fear, these cruel folks just drove faster. Thankfully, Dominguez captured the whole thing on film.

The woman gave her video to local media, where it had been broadcast and quickly went viral. Now the husky has been adopted by a family who watched his heartbreaking story on the news – just 24 hours after he was dumped on the road by his former owners.

“When I saw the video and that i saw him run after the car, it just made my heart desire broken,” Maddie Clappsaddle told KVIA ABC-7. “But now that he’s running around and he’s happy, I feel very happy and excited.”

The lass and her brother have named their new dog Nanook after watching the 1987 film Lost Boys, consistent with the station. The abandoned dog has also been to the vet, who confirmed Nanook is healthy and didn’t sustain any injuries during his terrifying ordeal.

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Now the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is rushing to spot Nanook’s original owners, who might be criminally charged for this blatant act of animal cruelty.


Posted by El Paso County Sheriff's Office – EPCSO on Wednesday, July 21, 2021

“These crimes against our voiceless animal victims are taken seriously and that we actively seek to carry suspects in charge of these cruel acts,” the department wrote on Facebook.

According to Newsweek, the dog’s former owners could face a category A misdemeanor charge, a $4,000 fine, and up to a year in jail.