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South Carolina firefighter adopts a puppy he rescued a week earlier

North Charleston Fire Department Captain Paul Bryant is one lucky man after his dream of adopting a puppy of his own became a reality when he rescued a young male puppy who needed to be rescued on March 30.

A man and his five year old son were driving their bicycles on a road when they heard the cries of a young puppy under a pile of rocks. The duo attempted to dig out the puppy from underneath a pile of rocks by using a shovel and a pickax but when they failed to rescue the puppy they went with their backup plan.

The North Charleston Fire Department were called to do their part to save the puppy from dying underneath a pile of rocks. Captain Bryant along with his crew by digging the puppy out from under the rubble and successfully getting the puppy out of his trap.

The question is that how did the puppy get into the hole which is not clear at this time. Captain Bryant then took the puppy to the Charleston Animal Society to be neutered, chipped and be sure that he was okay.

When the puppy was put up for adoption, Captain Bryant was able to adopt his new puppy to take him to his new home to spend the rest of his days with his new best friend who was given the name “Rocky.”

I guess Captain Bryant named his new puppy “Rocky” since he was found under a pile of rocks on that fateful day in North South Carolina.


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Written by Deepizzaguy

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