Police Officer Saves Puppy Thrown Out Of Window

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Courtesy: WGHP.

Courtesy: WGHP.

A police officer from Greensboro, N.C., saved a puppy that was said to have been thrown from a sixth-story window, according to a report from affiliate station WGHP.

Multiple police officers gathered at some condominiums to clean the place up, and a puppy was found curled up in the bushes with a scrape across her stomach, WGHP reported.

People said they saw a man drop the dog from a sixth-story window, but no witnesses were willing to swear to what they saw, according to WGHP.

The officer decided to adopt the little three-pound boxer himself, naming her Reagan, WGHP reported.

Now, she’s up to 10 pounds and plays with the officer’s German shepherd, according to WGHP.

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