Good Samaritans who are willing to bring homeless animals to safety call rescue organizations like Hope For Paws whenever they come across strays. Some, however, go the extra mile and even help get the animals off the streets.
Eldad Hagar enlisted the help of two such individuals on one particular rescue. Brenda and Janneth Alonso are sisters who saw a stray Maltipoo in a parking lot near their home. They called Hope For Paws to ask for help in saving the dog.
Eldad arrived at the location and immediately saw the dog. It, however, retreated into a narrow space where the rescuer can’t follow. Eldad tried to coax the pooch to come within reach of the gentle snare, but it stayed away.
Eldad wondered how to get the dog to come out of his hiding place. He didn’t want it to escape when it runs out, so he secured the entrance with a removable fence. As he pondered his next move, unexpected help arrived.
Brenda and Janneth approached Eldad and introduced themselves as the ones who called about the dog. The rescuer thanked them for calling and told them about the rescue. The sisters offered to help Eldad catch the pooch and bring it to safety.
Appreciating their help, Eldad devised a plan to flush the dog out. They asked permission from the owner of the property if they can go in. Eldad planned for the girls to scare the pooch from inside the property by making noises until it comes out.
Eldad then waited for the dog on the entrance of the narrow space while the girls made noises to frighten it. As soon as the pooch is in reach, he expertly snagged it with the snare. With the pup secured, Eldad thanked the girls for their help.
The girls suggested naming the dog, a male, Buddy. Eldad then took Buddy to the hospital where he got a bath and, afterward, a clean bill of health. Buddy then went to foster with Bark N’ Bitches, and, with Hope For Paws co-founder Audrey Spilker’s help, found his amazing forever home.
Credits to Hope For Paws