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- #positivevibes #motivationmondays #thoughtprovokingtuesday #wisdomwednesday It’s all about how you see the world #attitude #truth #acceptance #honor #loyalty #temple you only get one. #heart #positivevibes #stayhydrated #positivethinking #stayblessed #stayhealthy #beextraordinary #makemoves #bethechange #extraordinaryself #motivationalquotes #motivate others #workhard #love harder #extraordinary #exceptional #great #greatness #amazing #outstanding #stunning positivethinking
- #positivevibes #motivationmondays #thoughtprovokingtuesday #wisdomwednesday It’s all about how you see the world #attitude #truth #acceptance #honor #loyalty #temple you only get one. #heart #positivevibes #stayhydrated #positivethinking #stayblessed #stayhealthy #beextraordinary #makemoves #bethechange #extraordinaryself #motivationalquotes #motivate others #workhard #love harder #extraordinary #exceptional #great #greatness #amazing #outstanding #stunning positivethinking
- When burglars violently broke into a Des Moines home mid-afternoon on Wednesday, a teenager hid in a closet and held on to the family dog. But Rex — a 2-year-old German shepherd — ran downstairs to protect the 16-year-old. The dog confronted the burglars, who beat him until he was bloody. The dog ran back upstairs. With the dog out of sight, the home invasion continued as the two burglars trashed the house room by room. When they came into the bedroom where the teen and the dog were hiding in the closet, and the teen was on the phone with 911, the dog stood up to them with the little strength he had left. He threw himself at the burglars, the teen's family and was shot at least three times in the neck, leg and knee. As the sound of police sirens became audible, the burglars ran away. Officers found a smashed sliding door when they went into the home to get the teen outside safely. They also found Rex, who at first looked dead. While SWAT teams looked for the suspects, Rex was rushed to the animal hospital. He is in the veterinary intensive care unit, receiving pain medication, antibiotics and wound care, with round-the-clock monitoring of his vital signs. After making it through the night, the dog is now in stable condition. As Rex recovers, people on social media have taken to calling him a "hero dog" for intervening between the burglars and the teenager. The family started crowdfunding after Rex’s medical bills started to climb higher and higher. They had hoped to raise $10,000 to cover the hospital expenses. Thanks to a generous community of supporters, the gofundme page is now over $22,000. "Our family cannot let Rex the hero dog go without us fighting as hard as he did, to his very last bit of a strength while protecting my nephew," Cadena said. Meanwhile, officers are still looking for the suspects, and they are trying to figure out why the house was targeted. We wish Rex a full and speedy recovery. SC: @kiro7seattle. #mansbestfriend #notallheroeswearcapes #herodog #gsd #loyalty #defender #familyfirst #dogsoffreedom
- When burglars violently broke into a Des Moines home mid-afternoon on Wednesday, a teenager hid in a closet and held on to the family dog. But Rex — a 2-year-old German shepherd — ran downstairs to protect the 16-year-old. The dog confronted the burglars, who beat him until he was bloody. The dog ran back upstairs. With the dog out of sight, the home invasion continued as the two burglars trashed the house room by room. When they came into the bedroom where the teen and the dog were hiding in the closet, and the teen was on the phone with 911, the dog stood up to them with the little strength he had left. He threw himself at the burglars, the teen& #39;s family and was shot at least three times in the neck, leg and knee. As the sound of police sirens became audible, the burglars ran away. Officers found a smashed sliding door when they went into the home to get the teen outside safely. They also found Rex, who at first looked dead. While SWAT teams looked for the suspects, Rex was rushed to the animal hospital. He is in the veterinary intensive care unit, receiving pain medication, antibiotics and wound care, with round-the-clock monitoring of his vital signs. After making it through the night, the dog is now in stable condition. As Rex recovers, people on social media have taken to calling him a "hero dog" for intervening between the burglars and the teenager. The family started crowdfunding after Rex’s medical bills started to climb higher and higher. They had hoped to raise $10,000 to cover the hospital expenses. Thanks to a generous community of supporters, the gofundme page is now over $22,000. "Our family cannot let Rex the hero dog go without us fighting as hard as he did, to his very last bit of a strength while protecting my nephew," Cadena said. Meanwhile, officers are still looking for the suspects, and they are trying to figure out why the house was targeted. We wish Rex a full and speedy recovery. SC: @kiro7seattle. #mansbestfriend #notallheroeswearcapes #herodog #gsd #loyalty #defender #familyfirst #dogsoffreedom
- When burglars violently broke into a Des Moines home mid-afternoon on Wednesday, a teenager hid in a closet and held on to the family dog. But Rex — a 2-year-old German shepherd — ran downstairs to protect the 16-year-old. The dog confronted the burglars, who beat him until he was bloody. The dog ran back upstairs. With the dog out of sight, the home invasion continued as the two burglars trashed the house room by room. When they came into the bedroom where the teen and the dog were hiding in the closet, and the teen was on the phone with 911, the dog stood up to them with the little strength he had left. He threw himself at the burglars, the teen's family and was shot at least three times in the neck, leg and knee. As the sound of police sirens became audible, the burglars ran away. Officers found a smashed sliding door when they went into the home to get the teen outside safely. They also found Rex, who at first looked dead. While SWAT teams looked for the suspects, Rex was rushed to the animal hospital. He is in the veterinary intensive care unit, receiving pain medication, antibiotics and wound care, with round-the-clock monitoring of his vital signs. After making it through the night, the dog is now in stable condition. As Rex recovers, people on social media have taken to calling him a "hero dog" for intervening between the burglars and the teenager. The family started crowdfunding after Rex’s medical bills started to climb higher and higher. They had hoped to raise $10,000 to cover the hospital expenses. Thanks to a generous community of supporters, the gofundme page is now over $22,000. "Our family cannot let Rex the hero dog go without us fighting as hard as he did, to his very last bit of a strength while protecting my nephew," Cadena said. Meanwhile, officers are still looking for the suspects, and they are trying to figure out why the house was targeted. We wish Rex a full and speedy recovery. SC: @kiro7seattle. #mansbestfriend #notallheroeswearcapes #herodog #gsd #loyalty #defender #familyfirst #dogsoffreedom

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