A group of dog lovers and the founder of a local animal rescue were able to help a puppy hurt and lost Memorial Day weekend.Lillie Goodrich, founder of Glen Highland Border Collie Rescue located in Ware Neck, noticed three vehicles pulled over with a senior golden retriever and an injured puppy in Shacklefords.
Though she was on her way to the Northern Neck to deliver rescue “Trooper” to his foster home for heartworm treatment, Goodrich pulled over to help in any way she could.
The senior golden was out of breath, but standing upright and seemed fine. The four-month-old puppy, a Border Collie/Great Pyrenees mix, had just been hit by a car. One of the women who stopped was driving right behind the car that hit the puppy. She witnessed the pup drag himself to the side of the road with an injured leg.
Goodrich jumped into action and told the assembled animal lovers that her rescue organization could move the dogs to safety and get them treated at an emergency vet that Sunday aft...
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