18-Month-Old Dog Reportedly Thrown From Moving Car Finally Reunites With Grateful Dad

by Mauricio Castillo
Mauricio has been writing for 11 years and is deeply into movies, sports and anything funny.

On January 31, 2018, CBS Boston reported a story about a small dog found in the middle of moving traffic on a road.

A Good Samaritan named Jamie-Lee Hersey found the dog while driving. “It was freezing,” she said to CBS. “I was cold; I can only imagine the dog.”

Jamie-Lee quickly carried the badly injured dog away from the road and kept him safe until Animal Control arrived. Authorities received an anonymous tip that the dog had been thrown onto the road.

Jaime-Lee had no idea that the dog’s dad, Theron Miller, was looking for him.

According to CBS Boston, Theron is a truck driver who often brought his dog, 18-month-old Tedge, on his journeys.

In late January 2018, Theron let Tedge go for a run while he made a delivery.

Unfortunately, Tedge never returned. That same night, Jaime-Lee found Tedge on the road, bleeding and suffering.

Animal Control rushed Tedge to emergency care. Doctors ended up amputating Tedge’s leg, but the dog made his recovery.

The authorities put the word out about Tedge, and luckily Theron checked their website periodically for any word about his dog.

Finally, they were able to share a heartwarming reunion, which you will see in the video below.

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Photo: CBS Boston

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