Long Island Dog Rescues Baby Deer From Water

Jerome Frank
July 19, 2017

"Storm just plunged into the water and started swimming out to the fawn, grabbed it by the neck and brought it back out of the water", said Freeley, speaking to CBS News.

When this angel of a dog, whom we do not deserve, spotted a fawn struggling in the waters off the NY coast, he immediately swam to the rescue.

Floridia said he jumped in after the fawn, realizing that it was struggling to say above water, wrote the Daily News.

When other passersby realized what was happening, the poor little fawn ran back into the water.

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Frank Floridia of Strong Island Rescue and his partner Erica Kutznig, along with Freeley, went into the water.

The men used a rope to reach the deer and pull it back into the shore. As Storm's owner shouts encouragement, Storm grabs the deer by the neck and drags it back to the shore. The Golden Retriever laid down with the fawn and kept nudging the baby animal with his nose trying to revive his new friend. "The second rescue was a lot of anxiety", Freely said and continued that then he felt Storm's pain and what it went through.

Mark immediately called in an animal rescue crew to help. "He ran ahead of me and just charged into the water".

The deer was found to be covered in ticks and had cuts and bruises on its head but is expected to survive. The baby deer will be fine, he had a minor injury to its eye and it was a bit exhausted, but the fawn is being well taken care of today.

Other reports by Guamnewswatch

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