A man who was buried in snow was able to capture an amazing video of a rescue dog named Flo who rescued him.
If you love dogs, then you would be thrilled to meet Flo. It’s not just because she’s beautiful and adorable, but because this four-year-old doggo is a rescue dog.
We are all familiar with groups or even individuals who aim to rescue dogs in need but not so often do we realize that there are also many groups that aim to rescue us – humans. This time, it’s our beloved dogs that will do the rescuing.
We all know how devoted and loyal dogs are, right? We have also seen so many stories about dogs saving us that’s why there are groups that devotedly train dogs to know what to do in case humans are in danger.
Being a rescue dog sure isn’t easy but our beloved doggos are doing the best they can to save human lives.
Meet the heroes of Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England who recently shared an amazing training video that captured the hearts of many and in this video – the star is none other than Flo.
In the video, it is revealed how their beautiful and smart Border Collie named Flo led a mountain search to save someone trapped deep under snow.
Though, more than just adorable, this video aims to spread awareness and knowledge about the dangers that walkers or even climbers face when trapped in snow caused by an avalanche or any other mountain accidents that may happen.
There have been many accounted incidents of people facing great dangers and with the help of these rescue dogs, they aim to make a change and help these people.
Last Feb 20, 2019, Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England posted on Twitter:
“Ever wondered what it would be like to be buried in snow and found by one of our happy search and rescue dogs?”
Ever wondered what it would be like to be buried in snow and found by one of our happy search and rescue dogs? (Video version). pic.twitter.com/AefuhGGCeh
— Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England (@MRSearchDogsEng) February 19, 2019
Attached is a video clip that shows a Border Collie barking and using her paws to urgently dig through the pile of heavy snow. Not long after, we see an adorable snoot peeking through an opening that the dog created.
She didn’t stop there and made sure that she was able to create a hole big enough for the rescue.
The video went viral and people wanted to know more about the dog and they replied that the dog’s name is Search Dog Flo, a Border Collie and covers the entire Peak District. Flo is almost 4 years old.
In her rescue dog bio, Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England posted:
“Flo is an extremely intelligent, confident young dog with remarkable work ethic and drive.”
MRSDE explains that they train rescue dogs so that they would be able to save people who are trapped in wild and remote places. Each of their dogs would undergo 2-3 years of extensive training making sure that they would be fully equipped to save lives.
They also posted in their website that “All of our training is undertaken with praise and rewards for the dog. Some are happy to work for their squeaky toy while others prefer food!”
People who would want to donate are able to, this way, they would be able to help more people and train more good doggos.
Truly, dogs are more than just pets; they are the best in rescues as well.
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