Most people think bikers are tough guys who won’t shy away from a fight. However, that doesn’t mean they will tolerate animal abuse!

On Valentine’s Day of 2016, Brandon Turnbow decided to take his Harley Davidson out for a spin. He never thought he might be saving a little dog from horrible abuse. He witnessed the little dog being abused when he was on his way to see his dad in Cresson, Texas.

He was driving his bike when he saw that a huge vehicle was pulled over and this person was just beating a little white dog mercilessly. Brandon posted about the event on Facebook, and he revealed that he saw this man throw the dog onto the curb and drove off as fast as he could.

Brandon wasn’t about to let that poor little dog get hit by a car. He rushed to check on the little guy and luckily he was still breathing, even after his owner beat him and threw him out on the highway. Brandon tried to show the little dog that he cared when he wrapped him in his jacket and decided to take him home.

He couldn’t let the abusive owner get away with it. He drove after the guy to flip him the bird and he took the dog home with him. He calls the little dog his new co-pilot, Mr. Davidson.

Brandon wanted to name the dog Mr. Davidson because he already had a dog named Harley. Brandon kept the dog and even wrote a song about the little guy’s rescue that he put on Youtube.

The video shows how Brandon intends to give Mr. Davidson a life full of adventure and love. However, he reveals that he will never be cast aside or left on the side of the road again. He even promises to get the dog some riding goggles and a vest so he can go on a ride with him.



What did you think of this story? Do you agree that Brandon Turnbow is a true hero? Let us know in the comments and be sure to spread the word about this article to raise awareness and help stop animal abuse!

If you see animal abuse or witness suspected cruelty to animals, you need to make sure you call your local animal control agency as fast as you can. If you don’t know the local organizations, call 9-1-1. It can be heartbreaking and disturbing to see our animal friends abused.

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