A dog has been honored as a hero after saving its owner from a seizure on the beach. Taken by panic, his abnormal behavior made it possible to alert the emergency services present on the spot.
AT Sutton-on-Sea in the lincolnshire (England), a dog’s walk with his mistress turned tragic. Sick, the forty-year-old became unwell on the beach, according to lincolnshirelive. Aware that something was wrong, the canine began a frantic race, so that he ended up being noticed.
Indeed, this July afternoon, Arun Gray and his team of RNLI Skegness watched the beach. This one, which borders the North Sea, is usually quiet. But that day, a dog seemed particularly agitated. He kept running and yet didn’t seem to be enjoying himself. Plot, Arun Gray went to meet the animal and discovered a lady lying on the sand. She was having a seizure.
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A faithful friend
Without wasting a minute, Arun Gray and the other rescuers took care of the victim, while waiting for the arrival of the paramedics. Care was able to be given to her quickly, because she had taken care to note her health problems on her phone.
At the same time, his canine rescuer’s anxiety was not diminishing. The benefactors took care of him, and when he calmed down, he was able to climb into the ambulance with his beloved owner.
The importance of supervised beaches
His love and loyalty to his human made him a hero. He allowed the rescue of the one who means the most to him. On his side, Arun Gray congratulated his colleagues and reminded the public of the importance of going to a supervised beach: ” It was great that the lady decided to take her dog to one of our supervised beaches. As soon as she got in trouble, we were able to help her and take care of the dog “.
He recommended bathers opt for supervised beaches, as there will always be lifeguards present in case of trouble.
By Fanny Maurice