She risks her own life to save a dog from drowning
Hearing cries of distress, a young woman of 24 years did not hesitate to jump into the pond Meckenheim Park in Mee-sur-Seine (Seine-et-Marne), to save dog’s life.
Pauline was walking in the park of Meckenheim when she heard a man yell shout “Blue, Blue, come my dog!” In the water was Blue, an American Staffordshire who obviously could not swim. In distress about 6 meters from the bank, he could not move forward and was losing more and more strength.
Seeing Pauline, The dog’s owner asked her to call the fire department while he began to undress. But the man did not know how to swim. So without further ado, Pauline removed her sweater and jumped into the water at 6 ° C to join Blue. “Arriving near him, he hung me up. He was super heavy!” She said.
The young woman managed to hoist the dog to the bank. There, the firemen arrived. Pauline, in a state of hypothermia, was taken to the hospital, but she is better. Blue is also safe and sound. His owner is not about to forget this young unknown lady who did not hesitate to put her life in danger to save the life of his dog!
Incredible! Dolphins Save Dog From Drowning
A few days ago, residents of Marco Island, Florida, witnessed an extraordinary scene. A lost Doberman dog had inadvertently fallen into a canal. Unable to go back to the shore because the bank was too high, he tried to keep his head out of the water. There was no one to help him.
While his strength was running out and the poor dog was extremely stressed, then a miracle happened: dolphins, certainly attracted by the dog’s movements in the water, came to him. They surrounded him and began to shriek. Was it the expression of their fear or of their intelligence? No one knows.
This attitude has attracted the attention of people who were not far away.
By understanding that a dog was in the water, the witnesses immediately contacted the fire department. They managed to save the poor animal who, hungry, thirsty and exhausted, was finally able to return to the bank safely. According to the rescuers, he would have spent 15 hours in the water! Led to the vet, he happily recovered from this mishap.