Eugene Police announced Tuesday that no one came forward to claim Earl the dog in court and a Lane County Judge placed Earl with Officer Robert Rosales.
Police say Rosales was essential in getting Earl access to emergency medical treatment. He also helped collect donations and used his own money to get that medical care.
Back in April, 24-year-old Zachary Ralston was seen by a security guard at the Valley River Center choking, throwing, kicking and punching a small dog. Police stopped Ralston’s car and found the small dog inside nearly beaten to death. Ralston was also in possession of meth and heroin, according to officials.
Veterinarians say when Earl was brought in his heart rate was 50 beats per minute. A normal heart rate for a dog that size is between 100 and 160 beats per minute.
Ralston was sentenced to 30 days in jail for the beating.
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