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The phone is ringing off the hook at the Humane Society of Redmond. A lot of people want to adopt "Nala", the pit bill-lab mix who is credited with saving the life of another dog one week ago. “She was out with Alan, who usually works with her and he knows her very well. And he was walking her down the road and he kept pulling her towards the ditch.” Volunteer Chris Bowersfeldt says a blind cocker spaniel called "Chadwick" was in the bottom of that ditch in the cold snow.   Even though five other dogs walked past the ditch that morning, only Nala alerted to the cocker spaniel. Chadwick survived and now Nala is a hero. Even though every one wants to adopt the "hero dog", the shelter wants to make sure this high energy dog goes to the right home.  “She also is not good with cats, so we need to find her just the right home. So we are going to be fairly choosy, which is how we are with all of our dogs.” Chadwick's owner, Tina Mazzariello is grateful for Nala's persistence and says the smaller dog is doing well and adjusting to her new home.

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