Many people think that the Carver police officer who jumped into the water to save a dog from dying in a truck is a hero.

At South Meadow village in Carver, Massachusetts, on Saturday afternoon, 59-year-old Debra Titus drove her pick-up truck into the water by mistake. Along with her two dogs, Moochie and Stitch, her truck quickly went under water.

Dog Officer David Harriman found Moochie still inside when he came. Debra and Stitch were able to get out.
He quickly took off his gun belt and jumped into the water to save Moochie. Even though the water was very cloudy, Officer Harriman was able to open the truck door and find Moochie in the back seat. He told the Boston Herald that Moochie was out of it when he pulled it to the surface, but the dog woke up after a “little squeeze.”

Police said Moochie was shaken up from what happened, but otherwise in good health. After giving Moochie to his happy owner, Harriman went back to work right away. He went back to see them after an hour to see how things were going.
A dog stuck in a submerged truck had no way to get out until a brave officer dove under the water and freed it. June 9, 2014 in News, Pets.
Many people think that the Carver police officer who jumped into the water to save a dog from dying in a truck is a hero.

At South Meadow village in Carver, Massachusetts, on Saturday afternoon, 59-year-old Debra Titus drove her pick-up truck into the water by mistake. Along with her two dogs, Moochie and Stitch, her truck quickly went under water.

Dog Officer David Harriman found Moochie still inside when he came. Debra and Stitch were able to get out.

He quickly took off his gun belt and jumped into the water to save Moochie. Even though the water was very cloudy, Officer Harriman was able to open the truck door and find Moochie in the back seat. He told the Boston Herald that Moochie was out of it when he pulled it to the surface, but the dog woke up after a “little squeeze.”

Police said Moochie was shaken up from what happened, but otherwise in good health. After giving Moochie to his happy owner, Harriman went back to work right away. He went back to see them after an hour to see how things were going.

He has an English Bulldog called Jax that is 8 months old. Officer Harriman loves dogs very much. He said a dog is like a family member and that he would expect someone to treat his dog the same way.

Officer Harriman, good job!

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