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Titusville Police Officer Rescues Severely Wounded Dog

In an extraordinary act of compassion, a Titusville police officer saved the life of a dog left for dead by the roadside.

Officer Jennifer Gass discovered the injured husky, named Serenity, on her commute to work as a school resource officer at Sculptor School on Grissom Parkway.

Serenity was found with several gunshot wounds, including bullet fragments lodged in her face and fractured teeth. In spite of the grim scene, Officer Gass rushed the badly injured dog to the SPCA of Brevard, where the nonprofit’s veterinary team swiftly sprung into action to save her life.

“Despite the immense trauma she has experienced, Serenity is cuddly, playful, and loving, just your typical husky,” shared Shelby Montgomery, a representative with SPCA Brevard. This resilient spirit has touched the hearts of the staff at the shelter and the wider Titusville community.

Once Serenity has fully recovered, the SPCA of Brevard plans to put her up for adoption. Her story of survival and resilience serves as a testament to the power of timely intervention and the profound impact of love and care.

Serenity’s new lease on life will be celebrated at an adoption event held by the SPCA on Saturday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the center at 6035 Sisson Road in Titusville.

Potential adopters and community members are welcome to join the event, meet the resilient husky, and learn more about supporting the crucial work of the SPCA.

The Titusville Police Department, along with the entire community, are cheering on Serenity’s recovery and eagerly await the day she finds her forever home.

Michael Lynch
Author: Michael Lynch

Raised on the Space Coast, I want to keep North Brevard informed of what's happening. Send Tips / Story Ideas to TitusvilleMedia@gmail.com

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