Very often we hear about the stories where humans save dogs and cats and other animals but not very often it happens the other way.
The stories where dogs rescue humans are not a common thing. So before anything just to inform nobody was harmed and everything is just a training.
MRSDE shared a video of a dog saving a man.Mrsde is a group of savior dog trainers,and specialists and volunteers made up of rescue pups.
In the mountains, canines and their owners follow the smell of individuals to find wandering hikers and climbers.
Their webpage writes that search pups are taught to react when they detect a human’s odor being blown toward them by different reasons.
This indicates that they respond to any person odor they detect rather than especially tracking a particular missing person.A volunteer went a little bit further down and dug himself a hole in the snow for the training drill.
He then took the footage below, in which 1 of their savior dogs, Flo, tries everything to dig down and save the volunteer man. With the help of these dogs the company detects the places of people ost in unreachable places.
One of their volunteers, who they refer to as Dogs body, hid deep in the snow and brought a camera with him during one of their programs.
You’ll see paws moving back and forth in the footage, and then you’ll see a pup’s face slowly moving under the snow pile.
The savior pup could clear the path and rushed toward the volunteer after digging through the snow with her paws and nose.
Humans right away found the training drill video amazing when MRSDE wrote about it, and they have been asking about the rescue dog ever since.
The charity’s website describes the 4-year-old Border Collie as clever, self-assured, dedicated, and passionate. Her name is Flo.