Rocket, once set to be euthanized at a Sacramento shelter, is helping Hurricane Harvey first responders.
Rocket, once set to be euthanized at a Sacramento shelter, is helping Hurricane Harvey first responders. National Disaster Search Dog Foundation
Rocket, once set to be euthanized at a Sacramento shelter, is helping Hurricane Harvey first responders. National Disaster Search Dog Foundation

Rocket was scheduled to die. Now the ex-Sacramento shelter dog is aiding first responders in Houston

August 29, 2017 01:57 PM

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