Residents from across the county stood with law enforcement officers as deputies carried the canine’s flag-draped casket out of the veterinarian’s office where Trigger had died from cancer.
The Green River Fire Dept said Lt. Brandon Brady crawled out to the dog, grabbed the dog from the water, and then was pulled to shore by other firefighters.
Skillet, who passed away last weekend at the age of 13, had been rejected by families twice before becoming a permanent resident of the Park County Animal Shelter in 2017 – the same year he was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Although it may be tempting to share your Thanksgiving feast with your doggo, it can be very dangerous for them.
A dog that recently attacked a six-year-old Cheyenne boy was euthanized, according to the Cheyenne Animal Shelter.
The Sublette County Sheriff’s Office, Wyoming Highway Patrol, and a local search and rescue team saved a dog who had fell into a frozen lake.