Keep saving those dogs!

Yet another wonderful saving of a dog from a frozen lake!

One of the ‘generalist’ blogs that I follow is Mother Nature Network (MNN) and yesterday MNN published the account of a dog in Canada being rescued from icy cold water.

So another wonderful story to share with you all!

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Man jumps into icy lake to save beloved pup

Noel Kirkpatrick April 10, 2017.

Winter hasn’t let go of some parts of North America just yet, including St. Albert, Alberta, in Canada. Cold temperatures keep the lakes frigid and icy, as a local man and his dog discovered recently.

A French bulldog named Cosmo plunged into a lake in a park in St. Albert — it was a leash-free area of the park — and was struggling to pull himself out of the thin ice that covered the lake. Cosmo’s owner, Duncan McIver, jumped in to save his pup.

McIver was able to push Cosmo onto the ice and then, while carrying Cosmo, slowly walked across the ice, but not without plunging into the freezing cold water once more.

In a bit of serendipity, a CTV news crew was already at the park, filming a report on ice safety, and caught the whole episode on camera.

“As soon as the ice broke, I just went right in,” McIver told CTV Edmonton, “I think most people would do the same for their dog.”

The saying goes that a dog is man’s best friend, but we think moments like this prove the feeling is mutual.

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Yes, picking up on that remark by Duncan McIver, most people really would do what Duncan did!

Thank goodness for that!

11 thoughts on “Keep saving those dogs!

  1. They were both very lucky. But it is something you would instinctively do to save someone you loved..
    A wonderful end caught on camera.. Thank you for sharing Paul
    Sorry I have been absent this week.. The allotments have been centre of my attention..
    Sending you and Jean my well wishes.. Love and Blessings
    Sue ❤

      1. Ours are grown from seeds.. And will be put in their larger pots after Easter.. When we create room and bring out the Cabbages, cauliflowers, Kale etc … 🙂 Have a beautiful Day xx

      2. Considering we have a lovely vegetable patch, surrounded by deer-proof fencing, I beat myself up for not being more diligent about growing more vegetables. I love where we live but have to admit it’s way too much to look after properly!

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