The dog was hit by the car and left on the road, until an Iraq war veteran pulled over

Aaron Schneider, an Iraq veteran, felt he had to halt his car and assist a wounded dog on the highway.

A life was saved as a result of his decision, which others would not have made. Furthermore, one fortunate dog will now be given another chance.

Aaron was traveling one day when he came across a puppy that had clearly been hit by another vehicle. The veteran stopped over, dashed across three traffic lanes, and rushed to the animal’s rescue without hesitation. It’s a good thing he did since the dog had been struck by a car traveling at 110 km/h and had been left.

Aaron contacted 911 after bringing the puppy to the side of the road, where it was no longer in danger.

He stood there in the rain for an incredible three hours. Aaron fashioned a bed for the puppy and carried him into the back of a friend’s vehicle when he understood he couldn’t wait much longer.

Aaron added, “My combat lifesaving instinct kicked in, and I’m grateful I was able to¬†save him.” “I saw a lot of loss while serving in Iraq, which is one of the factors I was motivated to see him make it.”

Buster, the puppy, had shattered ribs, a ripped windpipe, and internal hemorrhaging, according to later scans. Luckily, he recovered completely, due in no little part to Aaron’s courageous deeds.

Not only that, but after Buster’s recuperation, Aaron adopted him, ensuring that the dog has the life of love and care he so well deserves.

Aaron is a good¬†example of kindness, and I’m confident Buster will thrive in your care.