Emily Raguse of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, rarely frequents the spare bedroom in her basement, but for some reason, she decided to look inside, a fluke decision that ended up saving one canine’s life. Slight motion outside the window of the bedroom caught Emily’s eye, and when she went to investigate further, she saw a heartbreaking sight.

A dog was cooped up in the window well, curled up and covered in snow. Raguse immediately
called local authorities and then went to check on the dog. “He was really, really lethargic, so he pretty much was only moving his head a little bit,” Raguse told KARE 11. “I grabbed a towel from the house to put on top of him because he was obviously cold. He was shivering.”

Raguse had been out of town so she had no idea how long the dog had been there nor would she have noticed him had she not randomly decided to enter the basement spare bedroom. When police arrived, they identified the Goldendoodle from his tag, which revealed his name, “Buddy,” and his owner’s contact information.


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Once police got in contact with Buddy’s owner, Patsy Sumpter, they realized just how lucky this dog was to be alive. The 13-year-old blind Goldendoodle also happened to be battling cancer, and Sumpter was worried sick when he never returned after she had let him out five days earlier.


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