FORMER DALLAS COWBOYS COACH BARRY SWITZER FINDS NEW HOME FOR PUPPY LEFT IN HOT CAR - “He took “Sassy” from the vehicle, found the owners and bought the dog from them on the spot.”
Barry Switzer, former head coach of the University of Oklahoma and Dallas Cowboys football teams saw a Rottweiler puppy, now named Stella, alone in a hot car. Switzer found the owners, bought the dog, and brought Stella to a veterinarian to be checked out. Subsequently, Switzer arranged for Stella to be adopted by a family (as pictured above). Read more from kfor.com:
Switzer said he saw the dog in the vehicle, which had the windows down, but still felt bad for the pup.
He took “Sassy” from the vehicle, found the owners and bought the dog from them on the spot.
Then he took her to a vet for a complete check up.
“I told the doc. I want rabies shots, check for worms, everything,” Switzer said. “They even clipped the toenails so it was a pedicure for her. She went to the spa.”
Switzer appears to be known for his love of dogs, and in this case it seems that he was in the right place at the right time to provide Stella with a new home. Click here for the full story and a news video.