Dog thrown into dam by owners gets rescued by firefighters and finds a new home

Grace was trapped in a dam after being thrown in by her former owners, scared and in danger. But thankfully, help was soon on the way — and this poor sweet dog now has a new home

 It’s heartbreaking what some pets go through at the hands of cruel owners, but thankfully there are also people willing to save them and give them a better life. 


 That was the story for one canine, who came trapped in a levee after being abandoned by his owners , until firefighters came to the deliverance — and thankfully this canine now has a new family. 


 According to 5 News Online, the white canine was in the Lake Wister Dam in LeFlore County, standing on a concrete flat but girdled by rushing water and in peril of being swept up by the current. 

 Madison Renee and her family were among the bystanders who arrived on the scene, upset about the canine but unfit to get down to help her. “ When we got there, there sounded to be no way to get down to her,” Madison told 5 News. “ We all stood around and watched her pass to acclimate in the current hoping she would n’t be swept under.” 


 They also realized the poor canine was likely thrown over designedly, as it was the only way the canine could ’ve gotten into that spot. 



 But thankfully, help was soon on the way. Members of the Wister Fire Department donated to make a deliverance. After requesting the levee be temporarily shut off, they arrived by boat and were suitable to reach the canine with a rope. 


 Volunteer firefighter Aaron Capell says the canine was “ spooked” and “ skittish” when they arrived, but soon warmed up to them “ I talked to her and ultimately, she let me gentle her,” he told 5 News. 

After the life- saving deliverance, the canine, now named Grace, was taken to the Poteau Valley Humane Society. 



 Thankfully, the canine’s story soon plant a happy ending. James and Paula Watson, from Charleston, Arkansas, saw the story on Television and incontinently “ fell in love” with Grace, according to an update from 5 News. 

 It turns out one of the couple’s deliverance pets had failed just three weeks before, and seeing the abandoned canine on Television, they knew it was meant to be and they could give Grace a good home. 


 After visiting Grace at Poteau Valley Humane Society, they knew their love was for real and espoused her for good. 


 “ There’s nothing like being hugged by a big canine,” Paula told 5News.However, also you ’ll know what I mean, “ If you ’ve ever been hugged by a big canine.” 

“ There’s a look that you get when that’s the right canine. And she has that look.” 



 We ’re so glad Grace has plant a new, loving home. She deserves it after all she’s been through. 

 Thank you to everyone who helped deliver this beautiful canine! Please share this inspiring news! 

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