Officers with the Phoenix Police Department jumped into action on Tuesday, July 28, after receiving a call of a dog drowning in a canal.
“There’s no routine call in police work. This morning our officers responded to reports of a drowning dog in a canal and did not hesitate to jump in and save him. Once this good boy was safely on land again, he was treated by @GlendaleFire and is doing just fine,” a tweet from the Phoenix police said.
The Glendale Fire Department posted photos of the dog, and said the dog was taken to a nearby fire station. Once there, he was given food, water and “some TLC,” they said. Credit: Phoenix Police Department via Storyful