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Ruby became a rescuer.

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    Daniel O’Neil trained Ruby. Now she is a police dog. (AP/Charles Krupa)
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    Corporal O’Neil walks with Ruby. (AP/Charles Krupa)
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    Ruby helps find people who are lost or hurt. (AP/Charles Krupa)
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    Ruby obeys when Corporal O’Neil tells her to lie down. (AP/Charles Krupa)
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Ruby was just too lively.  No family wanted to keep her.

Dan O’Neil is a state policeman.  He needed a search-and-rescue dog.  Ruby was perfect!

She found a lost and hurt teen.  She was meant for this job!

Pray: What are some ways dogs are helpful to people? Thank God for dogs.

Read More: Ruby lived at a shelter. She always was moving, jumping, chewing, even running away. Patricia Inman worked at the shelter. She knew Ruby was a good dog. Corporal Daniel O’Neil agreed. He trained Ruby to be a police K-9 dog. The two partners found a lost and injured teen. He was Patricia Inman’s son! Ruby won an award. She was the Rescue Hero Dog of 2018. Isaiah 12:2 reminds us, “Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust and not be afraid.”

For more about brave dogs, see Five True Dog Stories by Margaret Davidson in our Recommended Reading.