ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — The Orange County (Florida) Sheriff’s Office made a new friend this week while Hurricane Dorian threatened the state.
The agency tweeted a photo of a deputy, who was all smiles, holding an adorable puppy that he saved.
The sheriff’s office said deputies responded to a suspicious vehicle that was unoccupied and partially flooded after crashing into a ditch.
“Deputy Tolliver checked it out and found this pup & named her Dorian,” said the tweet.
The sheriff’s office said the cute pup will be turned over to the Orange County Animal Services.
Meet Dorian!— Orange County Sheriff's Office (@OrangeCoSheriff) September 4, 2019
While working the #Hurricane , deputies responded to a suspicious vehicle, unoccupied & partially flooded from wrecking in a ditch on Apopka Blvd. Deputy Tolliver checked it out and found this pup & named her Dorian. She’ll be turned over to @OCAS_Orlando today. pic.twitter.com/hsP38FhWM2