A New Jersey policeman has followed a 14-week-old pit bull he and his fellow officials rescued previous this month.
Officer Matthew O’Hanlon of the Mount Laurel local department recommended “Excellent Morning The united states” that he took the puppy in after he and his colleagues came upon him wandering about an commercial house of Mount Laurel on Jan. 2. O’Hanlon named the puppy Thor.
“My fiance and that I are massive Wonder fans and that we merely even if supported him being injured and all of the issues the establish rather fit,” O’Hanlon, 26, discussed. O’Hanlon discussed Thor had no identity and a wound on his head. He was once sent to Burlington County Animal Safe haven in Westampton for remedy.
O’Hanlon picked up Thor and offered him to the vet where the enamel of 1 different animal was once far-off from his head. He’s since recovered and doing effectively reception along with his new family
O’Hanlon discussed he must do away with the stigma surrounding pit bulls being competitive canine. “They are the most important loving, affectionate canine I have ever had … it’s [unfortunate] to ascertain them get dangerous reputations when it’s in fact one of the best ways they are raised.”