Buried in snow, man films a mountain rescue dog saving him

Above all other animals, dogs share unique bonds with humans. Beside their incredible loyalty, dogs perform a wide assortment of roles for humans, as well. Both smart, but also playful and creatures, dogs are truly a blessing for us. They can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, ease loneliness, encourage exercise and playfulness. Not to remind you about the countless help offered by dogs to people with disabilities.

Mountain Rescue Search Dogs

As the famous American actor Will Rogers once said: “If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went.” ‘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 reaffirmed.

Mountain Rescue Search Dogs

Among other skills, the rescue dogs are regularly trained to search for people buried in the snow and lost hope. During such a training drill, the volunteer grabbed a camera and buried himself in snow in order to rescue. The dog literally demolished the snow wall with her body. Her name is Flo, a 4-year-old rescue dog. She’s also specialized in winning people’s hearts.
Check the video bellow!

(h.t: TheFirstNewspaper)