Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Policeman Followed Frantic Dog To His Home. Now, They Are Both Heroes.

Dog On A Mission

Dog On A Mission

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Police officer Jeff Gonzalez witnessed a dog roaming the streets, but he thought nothing of it. He assumed the dog was lost and heading home. Officer Gonzalez would never have thought that the dog actually knew where he was going and it was him that the dog was looking for.

Too Cold To Play

Too Cold To Play

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Office Gonzalez was on his normal patrol on the morning of February 13, 2015, in Germantown, Wisconsin. Since it had been snowing for a few days, and it was so cold outside, no one really wanted to be out. So you could imagine how surprised he was when he saw a dog running around. Gonzalez decided to take a closer look.

A Kind Service

A Kind Service

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Officer Gonzalez always tried to help out lost pets, even though it wasn't in his job description. Not only did it keep Officer Gonzalez busy, he also considered it a service to the community, especially when you think about how low the temperatures could get during the winter. But on this particular day, it wasn't the dog that needed help.

Frantic Dog

Frantic Dog

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Officer Gonzalez got closer to the street the dog was on. That's when he noticed that the dog was running back and forth and barking loudly. He was frantic. Something was definitely wrong. Gonzalez worried that the dog would run in the road and get hit by a car. He wanted to try to calm the dog down, so he slowed down his car and pulled up next to the dog.

Call For Help

Call For Help

Once the dog noticed the car pulling up on the street, he stopped pacing and barked. Officer Gonzalez rolled his window down, and the dog began excitedly wagging his tail. Officer Gonzalez then got out of his car, but the dog started running around again. Gonzalez thought he scared him, but then he looked ahead.

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