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Former Dallas Cowboys coach Barry Switzer probably saved a puppy's life last week, according to the Daily Mail U.K. A Rottweiler puppy in the back of a van caught Switzer's eye. "I noticed there was a beautiful dog and I saw it was a puppy, so I sat there and watched it," Switzer said.
Although the windows to the van were open, Switzer said he remained concerned because it was an "awful hot" day.
Switzer waited for the dog's owners to return to their vehicle, and then he bought the puppy from them outright. He brought the puppy to a vet for a complete checkup, including rabies and worm shots, as well as a nail trim.
The coach named the puppy Stella and brought her home to take care of her, but only temporarily. With so many dogs of his own already, Switzer couldn't add another to his brood. Instead, he found a good home for the dog with an Oklahoma couple who lost their former house in the Moore tornado.
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