Rudolph Resting Comfortably at ARL’s Boston Adoption Center

After a tough morning commute, Rudolph, the dog rescued by MBTA Transit police officer after a concerned citizen spotted him roaming the commuter rail tracks between the Savin Hill and JFK-UMass stations, is resting comfortably at the ARL’s Boston adoption center.

Rudolph takes a nap at our shelter after his exhausting day.

Rudolph takes a nap at our shelter after his exhausting day.

The ARL’s Rescue Services team responded to a call from the MBTA and brought Rudolph to the Boston adoption center for a medical evaluation. He received vaccines and some much need r&r after such a tough morning.

“Rudolph is a sweet dog who has the quick actions of transit police to thank for getting him out of a very dangerous situation,” explains Danielle Genter, senior rescue technician at the ARL. “We’re very happy we were there to answer the call to provide care and shelter for him.”

According to the MBTA Transit Police, at approximately 10:00 am on December 9, a concerned citizen approached MBTA Transit Police Officer Murawski-Dupont at the Savin Hill station after spotting a pit bull roaming the commuter rail tracks between Savin Hill and JFK-UMass stations.

If you recognize Rudolph, please contact the Transit Police Special Crimes Unit at (617) 222-1170 or text any information (anonymously) to 873873 or call the ARL at (617) 426-9170