German Shepherd Rescues Friend Trapped In Snow

CatersTVPublished: March 31, 201781,538 views
Published: March 31, 2017

In case you needed further proof that dogs are the best beings on the planet, this video is what you're looking for. We already know that dogs are a man's best friend, but they are also great friends to each other! They help each other out when needed, like for example when one of them is having a bad dream, and they form friendships that last a lifetime.

This is the adorable moment a German Shepherd rescued his canine buddy when there was no way out. While out walking in Tannersville, New York, USA, during the snowstorm Stella, Knuckles the blue-nose Pit bull managed to trap herself by a dumpster. Seemingly unable to lift her legs above the deep powder, she looks helplessly towards owner Brian Wagner leading furry friend Kanawha to leap into action.

Using his larger frame, the German shepherd clears a route to and from Knuckles so they can follow it back to the clear path before appearing to tell her off. Brian, from Brooklyn, New York, said: “I couldn’t help but chuckle at Knuckles."

The two dogs managed to safely get out of the snow with a bit of teamwork, and we're positive that they enjoyed warming up at home after this whole snowy ordeal. This dog is truly a friend and the Pit bull can count on him any time!

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    BroncoBob · 1 year ago

    Your German Shepherd dang sure told Knuckles off good, didn't he? lol. Thank's, I needed a good laugh, I love dogs. I had to escort my best buddy across the "Rainbow Bridge", 3 years ago and I'm still in mourning, I miss him soo much, I think about him every day. Good luck with your kids. Thank's for sharing.