Biker sees man beating dog on highway so he rescues the canine and makes him his new co-pilot

 By defending the defenseless dog, this man showed courage, and the best thing is that he offered the puppy another opportunity.

A biker named Brandon Turnbow showed his true love on Valentine's Day by putting everything on hold to help a small dog who was being mistreated.

On his way to visit his father for a day of riding in Texas, Turnbow was traveling by motorcycle down Highway 171.

Turnbow witnessed a horrible man beating a small Jack Russell when he was travelling along the highway. He was astounded and promptly made the decision to express his thoughts to the man. Before he could reply, the man threw the dog to the curb and drove off.

Turnbow approached the trembling puppy cautiously since he knew he couldn't leave him alone because he was injured and afraid. He did not move despite his fear that the dog would run into oncoming traffic.

Turnbow posted on Facebook, "I take a chance and just fold my body over him to see if he will bite or trust me. He then rocked his body against me, so I got to my feet and put him in my arms on the bike seat. ” "What now?" was my question.

Turnbow knew he had to move fast, but he didn't want to frighten the dog any more. He thus started the motorcycle to assist the pup get used to the vibrations before continuing on his journey. Turnbow put the tiny Jack Russell in his bag as soon as it seemed at ease.

The instant he caught sight of the dog's large eyes fixed on him, he fell in love.

"I saw this guy throw the dog up in the air and drive off in my rearview mirror," the driver said. In his Facebook post, Brandon said, "I chased him down just to give him the number one sign." "And please accept my sincere welcome to Mr. DAVIDSON, my new copilot."

Turnbow brought the puppy home that day and gave him the name Mr. Davidson in honor of his Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Thankfully, Mr. Davidson liked riding on Turnbow's motorcycle!

I make an effort to look back as far as possible to determine whether the dog was attempting to move or not, and, surprise, he seemed to like riding. Mr. Davidson was ecstatic to learn that the trip back to my place was only 45 kilometers long! He might have been aggravated because I occasionally obstructed his wind, I believe.

The 10-year-old canine immediately adapted to his new environment and developed feelings for his new parent.

Turnbow was beloved by Mr. Davidson in the same manner that the dog was. Even a poignant song about the pet was written by him.

Two years after being rescued, Mr. Davidson is still in love with Turnbow.

The two take pleasure in relaxing by the fire after a long day at work!

Turnbow had the good fortune to be at the right spot at the right time, which allowed him to save this little puppy with no family. We're so happy these two connected!

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