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In the annals of canine heroics there is Smoky, a Yorkie who served with Australian paratroopers, and Lassie, a collie said to have revived a wounded sailor in Lyme Regis, Dorset, decades before a fictional namesake saved children from mineshafts on American television.

To this proud pantheon can be added Tinsley, a one-year-old shiloh shepherd credited with leading police to the site of a car crash where her owner lay dazed and shivering in the snow.

It was a cold night in western New Hampshire when Tom Sandberg, a state trooper, pulled up on the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Bridge, answering a report of a dog loose in the road.

Sandberg and officers from the Lebanon Police Department tried to catch the dog, slightly bigger than

Dog helps rescue owner from car crash

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