Rescued by Ruby: Did the Dog Die?

Rescued by Ruby premieres Thursday, March 17 on Netflix. The movie with the participation of actors The Flashby Grant Gustin, revolves around Daniel O’Neil, a state trooper who dreams of working in his department’s Search & Rescue unit. However, to achieve that dream, he will need a dog.

Ruby, a local shelter dog, also has a dream. She wanted a family and a home, but her high-energy personality kept her coming back to the shelter again and again. Dan is her last hope. If she can’t make it work with O’Neils, Ruby could be disqualified.

Despite how amazing Ruby looks, Dan still sees her potential. She doesn’t react to general commands and is known for pushing her master against a wall, but Dan knows she has the potential to be a hero. She’ll need to go through training first and really listen to him, but Ruby isn’t likely to be a K-9 member of the Search & Rescue team.

If Dan has his way, both his and Ruby’s dreams will come true. This heartwarming movie is the kind of feel-good movie that you should definitely add to your watch list. But, we understand if you’re finally worrying about Ruby dying. Here’s what we know about her fate!

Does Ruby die in Rescued by Ruby?

Rescued by Ruby based on a true story. While elements of the movie are subject to change, based on the TV-G rating, we suspect a dog’s death was part of the movie. Not to mention, Miami Herald reports that real life Ruby is still doing K-9 rescue work in 2022. Ruby has served 11 years in her job and even rescued the son of Patricia Inman, shelter volunteer hide and dog trainer, who kept her from dying as a pupa.

Stay tuned to Netflix Life for more Rescued by Ruby news and coverage!

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