Aaron Schneider is a war veteran who got deployed many times in Iraq. He went home to his Missouri residence and decided to file for early retirement. While driving down an interstate one day, the veteran saw a pooch got hit by a car. The driver who hit the dog left immediately after the incident.
According to Aaron, he has seen so many terrible things in the past. This one, however, is beyond his understanding. He said he could not bear seeing the pooch, so he went to the pooch to help him. It was rush hour during that time, but Aaron did not mind. The veteran was willing to risk his life for the pooch.
The veteran was able to pull the Beagle off to the side of the interstate. The dog, however, was still wincing in pain, so Aaron called 911 to ask for assistance. As soon as members of the 911 arrived, they brought the pooch to a local veterinary clinic.
The pooch was then rushed to the Chipman Road Animal Clinic, where he received treatment. At the clinic, the vet told Aaron that everything would be alright with the pooch. The vet likewise asked Aaron if he owns the pooch. He, however, answered that the pooch was not his.
The vet checked whether the pooch had a microchip to identify the dog’s owners. After testing, the vet did not find anything that would identify the dog’s origin. When Aaron heard this, he decided to adopt the pooch for good. He then named the pooch as Buster.
As soon as Buster recovered, Aaron brought the pooch home with him. It took a while before the pooch was able to run again, but with Aaron’s perseverance, the pooch regained his leg strength. Aaron could not thank the pooch enough for changing his life.
Credits to Metro.