Dog appears to become emotional after woman says she saved her from danger

Lost dog gets emotional

A woman posted a heartwarming video to TikTok after she says she rescued a very sweet dog after it was in danger of being hit by a car in Atlanta.

A TikTok user named Tiffany recorded the video after saving the dog she called Deedee. She said that the dog was in traffic and in danger “in the middle of the street,” as ViralHog reported.

The dog began to appear to become emotional and so the woman recorded it and said she “wanted to share her online in hopes that her owners would see her.”

The dog was not microchipped, she said.


Have you ever seen a dog cry real tears? 🥺 she misses somebody! #lostdog #pitbullrescue #bullyrescue #lostdogatl #founddog #CloseYourRings #fyp

♬ original sound – Tiffany 💗

User “@143Tiffany” posted a pinned comment under the TikTok post, writing, “DD has officially been reunited with her family because of this video!!!”

Tiffany’s next post on TikTok showed a clip of the pup being reunited with her family — and she said they had a plan to get the dog microchipped.

@143tiffany Check my page for part 1! Please microchip your pets! Major shoutout to @inkslinger007 for fostering DD ❤️ #part2 #thereunion #atl #pitbullsoftiktok ♬ original sound – Tiffany 💗

As ViralHog reported, the dog was said to be physically OK when she was rescued, but clearly emotionally worried after the ordeal.

The video gained over 986,000 likes on TikTok and generated over 8,576 comments with people worried for “Deedee” and her safety. After ViralHog posted the video to YouTube, it gained at least 209,334 views there, which all helped to reunite the sweet dog with her owner.

By Douglas Jones, KOAA

Animals, Good News, News, Pets

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