Dog’s Heroic Deed

It has been said over and over again that a dog is a man’s best friend. But aside of the unending loyalty of canines, they are also known for their protective instincts. For many years now, news about how a dog rescues and/or protects his/her human has been prevalent. Just a few days ago, news broke about how a persistent dog never left an abandoned baby girl until she’s safe and protected.

Roger Wilday was walking his German Shepherd, Jade, off leash through a park in Birmingham, England. It was cold, and the park was empty. Jade suddenly headed for the bushes and wouldn’t respond to her owner’s calls. She lay down next to a bag and wouldn’t move.

Jade the rescuer german shepherd

Wilday knew he had to investigate with his usually-obedient dog not coming when he called her. “She wouldn’t leave until I’d seen it,” Wilday said.
“I walked over and saw a carrier bag — then I saw it move,” Wilday recounted. “I thought it was a bag of kittens, but then I saw her little arms and a head, and the baby started to cry.” – source
Roger called for help and the baby was brought to the hospital. Jade and her timely arrival and protective instincts saved the baby. The doctor in the hospital where the baby was rushed confirmed that if not for the dog, the abandoned baby girl wouldn’t survived the cold weather.
In honor of her heroic deed, hospital personnel named the baby girl, “Jade.”

Author: Wilfred

I think, I read, I write, I discern, I criticize, I appreciate, I laugh, I mourn and I live.

15 thoughts on “Dog’s Heroic Deed”

  1. It’s a great, feel good story and yet another reason why we should all trust our dogs. thank you for checking out my blog and following, look forward to reading more stories from you.

  2. Well, it’s a German Shepherd, nuff said LOL seriously wonderful story ad thanks for dropping by and liking my blog, hope you find it interesting, even just occasionally. 🙂

  3. Thanks for stopping by my blog, because you did, and I’m very nosy, I came for a look at yours and found what I think will become a new favourite read.

    The story about the German Shepherd brought tears to my eyes.

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