Woman’s abuser had her on the brink of death when her dog stepped in and saved the day

This woman’s boyfriend put her through a wall and came at her with a hammer. But her Great Dane didn’t hesitate to protect his owner. But now the man was after her dog too. Thanks to her angel, the woman survived and was able to seek the help she needed.

The Great Dane became the first animal to live at the Rose Brooks Center. And he would not be the last. In 2012, Rose Brooks Center became the first domestic violence shelter in the region to welcome four-legged friends.

This is such an inspirational story and worth sharing over and over. We hope it encourages people who need help to speak up before it’s too late.