A Texas biker's life changed when he stumbled upon a dog who had been abused and left for dead on the side of a road.
Brandon Turnbow was riding his Harley down the highway near his hometown of Burleson, Texas when he saw something that made him stop in his tracks. A man was standing by the side of the road, ruthlessly beating a small puppy.
When the man hopped in his car and left the dog to die, Turnbow stopped and rescued the battered animal.
He lovingly named the dog Mr. Davidson after his favorite bike, and the two became inseparable. Turnbow later shared this adorable photo of the pup enjoying a much-deserved rest in his new home.
"Well looks like my co-pilot has found peace," he shared on Facebook. "His belly is full and he found the pillow."
The twist of fate led Turnbow to create a non-profit organization called BAAANG ( Bikers Against Animal Abuse National Global). The group will send out bikers to help collect and care for abused and neglected animals.
It's a movement that started all because of his efforts to save one little dog, who now has a loving forever home.
"You'll never have to worry again in your life, 'bout getting kicked down and thrown to the side," Turnbow says of his new adopted friend. "We'll always have fun and go riding in the sun, Mr. Davidson."