- A police dog who was shot on duty has been given a heroic welcome after leaving the hospital
- The dog identified as Arlo received a standing ovation from fellow officers upon his return to Olympia
- In a video that was shared on Twitter, many officers were on ground to welcome the brave dog
A video has emerged on social media in which a police dog named Arlo could be seen receiving a standing ovation from fellow officers after surviving gunshot.
According to @TheSun on Twitter, Arlo was shot during a police chase. The video showed the brave dog leaving the hospital with the help of his fellow officers and enjoying the car ride home.
The dog received a hero’s welcome upon his return to Olympia.
Social media users were impressed by Arlo's bravery and took to the comment section to commend him.
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Tweep with the handle @BethVansciver wrote:
"Why are they making him walk?"
"He's really nursing that limp for the cameras!"
"Been following this dog’s journey on TicToc."
In other news, the saying that dogs are human's best friends could be right in the case of a little girl whose video of her performing alongside a dog went viral.
In the clip that has been watched over two million times, the girl and her pet were in sync as they showed off some creative gymnastic moves.
The canine beauty also seemed to understand every of the girl's commands as it responded well to all her hand signs.
In some instances, the dog followed the girl's move in a smooth choreographic show. You would love to own a dog after watching the duo do their thing.
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In a previous report by Legit.ng, a man in the United States identified as Jason Garrett displayed a rare show of love for his 12-year-old dog Lola who needed to undergo major surgery for pre-heart failure.
Garrett drained his retirement savings to raise $45,000 (currently N17,156,250) for the procedure, which was said to be 90% success rate.
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