The dog, which was was frightened, underweight and had a dirty, matted coat covered in fleas, has now settled in well with owners
Dog thrown from truck at 50mph finds new home and happiness
An underweight and frightened dog which was thrown from a lorry has found a new home and is now “always wagging her tail”.
Vets from the RSPCA said that they were “amazed” that Freya, who has been renamed Bella by her new family, was not seriously injured after she was thrown out of a vehicle travelling at 50mph in Yalding, Kent, on January 28.
Inspector Kirsten Ormerod said: “Freya was incredibly lucky to survive after being hurled from the moving vehicle at such a high speed and vets were incredibly concerned that she may have suffered internal bleeding so performed surgery immediately.”
The RSPCA launched an investigation into the incident which has yet to be solved.