Army veteran risks life to save injured beagle

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LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. – U.S. Army Reserve veteran Aaron Schneider rushed to save the life of an injured beagle after he witnessed the dog get hit by a car on the interstate.

According to Fox4KC, Schneider crossed three lanes of traffic on foot and put himself between oncoming traffic and the dog until he was able to get the beagle off of the interstate.

He says he initially tried to pick up the beagle to help get him off the road, but the dog was in substantial pain and was defensive.

After waiting in the rain for nearly three hours by the dog’s side, he was able to gain enough trust with the beagle to get him onto a makeshift stretcher.

Schneider and a friend then lifted the dog into the back of a pickup truck and took him to a local animal clinic where he was stabilized.

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