Dogs have a unique bond with humans compared to all other animals. In addition to being incredibly loyal, dogs perform a variety of roles for humans. Dogs are smart, playful, creatures and truly a blessing to us.
They can reduce stress, anxiety and depression, ease loneliness, and encourage exercise and play. Don’t remind you of the countless help dogs provide to disabled people.
As the famous American actor Will Rogers once said: “If there are no dogs in heaven, I want to go where they are when I die.”
“Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England” – a dedicated The charity, which trains rescue dogs to help those in need in the wild, recently uploaded a video that reiterates this fact.
Among other skills, search and rescue dogs are regularly trained to find hopeless people buried in the snow. During such training drills, volunteers grabbed cameras and buried themselves in the snow for rescue.
This dog literally took down the snow wall with her body. Her name is Flo, a four-year-old rescue dog. She is also good at winning hearts and minds.
Check out the video below!