Ruby, a puppy slated for euthanasia due to being labeled “unadoptable”, became a K9 officer. Seven years later, she unknowingly saved the life of the son of the woman who originally rescued her.
High-energy pups often exhibit restless and unruly behavior. This was the case with Ruby, an Australian Cattle Dog pup. Deemed unadoptable by the shelter, they made the tough decision to euthanize her. However, just 2 hours before the procedure, canine trainer Patricia Inman intervened, advocating for Ruby’s life.
Patricia believed that an intelligent and spirited dog like Ruby would excel in a K9 unit. Her hard work paid off and Ruby was enrolled in a K9 training program. Her trainer, Officer Daniel O’Neil, faced many challenges in the early days of her training. But once Ruby settled in a stable and loving environment, she became an extraordinary K9 officer!
For over 7 years, Ruby and Daniel worked together, solving numerous missing person cases and saving countless lives. One day, they received a call about a teenager who had been missing for 24 hours. The family was extremely worried. Ruby ultimately found the missing teen unconscious in the forest. The teen had sustained a head injury and was rushed to the hospital just in time to be saved.
When the boy’s mother came to thank Officer Daniel, he was taken aback by her identity. The boy’s mother was none other than Patricia, the trainer who had saved Ruby as a pup! Daniel revealed to her that Ruby was the K9 officer who saved her son’s life. Overwhelmed, Patricia found herself in tears as she absorbed the stunning coincidence. Her simple act of kindness 7 years ago had ended up saving her son’s life!
Click the video below to watch Ruby’s incredible journey and her emotional reunion with Patricia 7 years later!