Palm Bay K9 officer rescues dog stuck in mud

mm hmm. Okay, mm hmm. Mhm. Okay, mm hmm. Yeah, mm hmm. Heartwarming video: Palm Bay K9 officer rescues dog stuck in mud Updated: 1:04 PM EDT Mar 23, 2022 Palm Bay police say a K9 officer jumped in to rescue a dog stuck in the mud on Wednesday.The officer […]

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Heartwarming video: Palm Bay K9 officer rescues dog stuck in mud

Palm Bay police say a K9 officer jumped in to rescue a dog stuck in the mud on Wednesday.The officer spotted the dog in a canal off Minton Road.Police say the water was cold, and it appeared the dog had been there for some time, worn out and tired.There was no collar or tags, and anyone that recognizes the dog should contact Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Florida Animal Services.

Palm Bay police say a K9 officer jumped in to rescue a dog stuck in the mud on Wednesday.

The officer spotted the dog in a canal off Minton Road.

Police say the water was cold, and it appeared the dog had been there for some time, worn out and tired.

There was no collar or tags, and anyone that recognizes the dog should contact Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Florida Animal Services.

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