Smart Living Dog Rescues His Canine Friend Seen Struggling in Arizona Pool

19:51  16 may  2018
19:51  16 may  2018 Source:

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When he saw his friend struggling to survive, the brave dog did what he had to do to save his life. Recently, Smokey the dog had his canine friend Remus over at the house for a playdate, but then something scary happened.

The video, posted two weeks ago by Laurie Sorsen Becerra, shows her dog Smokey struggling to keep his head above water. That’s when his friend Remus jumps into action. You can see Remus pacing back and forth at the pool ’s edge, trying to help.

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After a dog named Smokey fell into an Arizona pool recently, his friend Remus did everything in his power to help his mate. 

Remus paced back and forth around the family pool as Smokey appeared to grow increasingly more distressed. 

Eventually, Remus jumped into the water to swim behind his mate and gave him a lift out of the pool. 

Video of the incident was captured by homeowners Laurie and Jay Becerra’s security cameras and later posted on Facebook, where it has captivated the nation.

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Dog saves his friend from drowning in pool . Raw video: Hero canine comes to his buddies rescue in Arizona . The dog is seen struggling to get out while Remus was pacing along the side.

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"So Remus and Smokey got a little rambunctious," Laurie Becerra wrote in a Facebook post. "Smokey can swim just not well. Jay recorded this off our security camera when he saw Smokey all wet!"

Laurie called Remus a "hero" and said he has "a heart of gold."

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