As soon as Roscoe saw Skavlem and Shoot climb out of the car, he knew he was finally safe. “He was just so happy to see us, he came running out,” Skavlem said.
They wrapped Roscoe up in a blanket and bundled him into the car. Warm for the first time in weeks, Roscoe couldn’t contain his joy: “He was just so happy, you could tell," Skavlem added. "He would just whine over and over and over.”
After sharing his rescuers' lunch of biscuits and gravy, the pup finally relaxed into Shoot's arms with a big smile on his face.