Gonzalez was just patrolling the streets of Germantown, Wisconsin when things turned out to be very different, and it was a life-changing experience for him. As he started to get bored, something caught his attention across Country Line Road.
Although, it wasn’t something very worrisome or dangerous, but since it was odd for him, he started to take a closer look at it.
Basically, Gonzalez found a dog who was barking in distraught, as if something has happened to it. Since the dog was alone and there wasn’t anyone to help, the cop stepped out of his cruiser and reached to help the dog.
But as he came close, the dog, whose name was John Boy, started jumping away from the officer and hinting him to follow it.
Gonzalez got curious and started following the pet to the front porch of a house. What he saw there was horrible and that’s when Gonzalez got John’s reason for barking outrageously.
It was a real emergency as John’s owner was sitting in a chair, passed out, and not responding to anything.
The woman was in that state for about an hour with the temperature dropping to 3 degrees.
Gonzalez further told
“To be honest with you, I thought she was dead. And when I went up, she was very cold to the touch; her lips were blue. But I was able to determine she was breathing and had a pulse. I called for assistance, and my partner was close. So together we got her in the house.”
Doctors at the emergency room said that the woman had heart problems and could have died by sitting idle in such cold weather.
Her daughter, Tianne Wendt, burst into tears upon finding what happened and said:
“It was a miracle. My mom had two angels save her that day.”
The Labrador Retriever was one of the angels who couldn’t find a home earlier as three owners didn’t stick with him. But when he found a forever home here, he repaid the favor.
When Gonzalez was being praised as a hero for saving that woman’s life, he declared that all credit goes to John Boy for his determination and loyalty.
Angels are among us in shapes of people and faithful pets. Always value them!