Finn is a police dog with quite an amazing story to tell. When he recently auditioned to compete on Britain’s Got Talent, this story was shared with a wider audience and you will be hard pressed not to cry when you hear it. Dave Wardell is the dog’s handler and the two hail from Hertfordshire, Buntingford. Their main objective was to show off their awesome mind reading skills.
The pair also shared their history with the crowd and as you might have expected, their tear ducts got quite the workout. Finn and Dave were attacked a few months back. Dave’s life was at risk but Finn did not hesitate to shield his friend. Finn suffered multiple stab wounds as a result and his prognosis was grim. The dog would have to fight for his life.
Fortunately, he was able to pull through and make his way through a rather painful recovery period. It took some time but this brave dog was able to get back on his feet. We are sad to hear about this ordeal. Police dogs have one of the toughest jobs of all. They are responsible for making sure that their handlers remain protected and this is a task that they take quite seriously.
Dave did not want Finn’s injuries to have happened in vain, so he pushed for a new law that would lead to harsher punishments for those who injure police dogs. This is the sort of legislation that needs to be passed before it is too late. We do not wish to live in a world where scofflaws can injure innocent police dogs like this and get away with it.
If passed, Finn’s Law would ensure that these criminals receive the proper punishment for their crimes. This is one of the most powerful videos that we have ever seen. We are not surprised to see everyone reduced to tears. We would have been a teary eyed mess if we had been there to see Dave speak. His boundless love for his dog is evident.
Please be sure to check out the video below as soon as possible. Once you have seen this clip for yourself, you will definitely want to pass it along to your closest friends and loved ones. We would like to take this time to offer a fair warning: you are going to want to make sure that you have plenty of tissues on deck before pressing play!