Stray dogs ask human to save their friend who fell into a pool

In March 2019, YouTube vlogger Trevor Costelloe and his friend were exploring an abandoned water park. It had been raining, and the pools were full to the brim.

A couple of stray dogs were in the area.

The dogs came up to the boys, wagging their tails.

One of them led the teens to a nearby pool. In the pool was another dog who had fallen in and could not get out.

One of the boys pulled the fallen dog from the pool, saving its life. The dog had become weak from struggling and wouldn’t have lasted much longer.

H/t PawMyGosh

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William
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William

Damn, I’m tearing up again. Please stop 🙂 But seriously, dog(s)..God spelled backwards

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CalGirl

Thank you, William, for that reminder! Please indulge me, dear FOTM readers: my parents were very young when I was born, and then, 2 years later, when my brother arrived…..but my father worked 3 part-time jobs and my mother one full-time ……while my dad finished his univerity degree (in 3 years instead of 4)…..money was very scarce. My maternal grandparents and great-grandparents baby-sat us all those working days and college days of my parents. Both my brother and I had wide-width feet when we started to need sturdy walking shoes as we reached independent walking ages. Our parents had to… Read more »

William
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William

Lovely story. They just know

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

That was wonderful. I think this was definitely a miracle.

William
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William

I think you’re right

DCG
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Awesome!

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Lana
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Lana

Aren’t they wonderful! God bless all creatures great and small.

William
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William

Like..f**k…dude. Millennials, God bless ’em. But somehow our inherent made-in-God’s-image goodness always rises to the surface. These two restore my faith