Introducing Ladybug and Ellabelle, two adored pit dogs for whom life wasn’t always so nice. Both canines have a past filled with abuse and abandonment. That is, until their new owner, Robert McGowan, adopted them from kennels. He was able to detect their sweetness. They are extremely submissive and fearful, McGowan told The Dodo. They’re nonaggressive, so I’m not worried. The dogs repay the favor by being friends every day. However, recently, when McGowan needed them the most, they went above and above.
McGowan was resting in his garage with the door open when something frightening occurred. Four people barged inside without warning and started attacking him. McGowan reported, “One simply struck me right in the eye.” I was thrown from my chair. After that, the attackers demanded the keys to McGowan’s car. He replied that the keys were inside the house while injured and disoriented. But McGowan’s backup was also there, unknown to the would-be thieves. Ellabelle and Ladybug were waiting for the attackers when one of them opened the door to the house.
They were chased away, according to McGowan. The four people left after my girls, who had rushed into the garage and taken a stand over me while barking, made it plain that they would no longer harm me. Ladybug and Ellabelle had come to the rescue. Although McGowan was attacked and received a black eye, no other injuries or property was taken thanks to his dogs. While Ellabelle and Ladybug received lavish rewards for their bravery. They received toys and treats, said McGowan. They had luxury items.
McGowan hopes that the occurrence may encourage other people to also welcome a dog in need into their homes, even though he has long known that his great love for Ellabelle and Ladybug is repaid double by his pups. After all, many other dogs in shelters undoubtedly behave the same way. He wrote, “They’re rescues, unwanted dogs that saved my life. Because they might also save your life, “please think about adopting a rescue.”