Buried In Snow, This Man Films A Mountain Rescue Dog Saving Him
“If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went” is how the famous American Actor Will Rogers describes his connection with these kind, loyal animals. And it wasn’t difficult to relate to his quote.
However, dogs are not only your best companions and loyal friends; they’re also the foremost protectors that will do whatever it takes to keep you safe and sound, not worrying about going to ‘heaven’.
“Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England”, a charity dedicated to training rescue dogs to assist those in need in the wild, has recently uploaded a video in which this truth is once again reinforced. Not only is it life-saving, but it’s also heart-warming as well.
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Getting lost and trapped into the remote wilderness is one of the scariest things that can happen in your life. but there is a volunteer-based organization that helps those in need.
The rescue dogs are trained to look for buried people and track them in the snow areas along with what all other skills the professional dog has.
A volunteer, armed with a camera, buried himself in the snow during a training drill.
It didn’t take long before the “hope” emerged through the snow barrier.
The rescue dog who was doing her best, demolished the snow wall with her body.
It’s important that when a real situation arises, it’s done correctly.
As soon as possible, she will be able to provide help.
Flo is the name of this rescue dog. A rescue dog who also specializes in melting people’s hearts, she is a 4-year-old dog.
Image credits: SARDAEngland