Wear Chatten, a 49-year-elderly person, was at Ellicott Creek Dog Park, strolling his two salvage hounds, when one of his canines ceased at the foot of the extension and began acting unusual.
Wear tailed him, and heard a black out crying originating from the spring. Wear realized that a puppy had been absent in the territory, so he went down to research. Beyond any doubt enough, he found a little pooch stranded amidst the solidifying waters.
Wear shouted out to the recreation center goers to call 911, yet he realized that the pooch wouldn’t endure that long. Without the slightest hesitation, Don bounced into the frosty waters to get to the pooch.
He broke the ice with his forearm, and braved the waist-deep water to reach the dog. He then managed to hold the dog to his chest and crawl back to the surface.The dog, a Terrier mix called Jackson, was taken to the vets and given emergency care. Vets exclaimed that Jackson’s life was saved because of Don’s agile thinking.
The dog’s owner was relieved and grateful to get his baby back.The locals are hailing Don as a hero, but he credits this rescue to his determined dog who sensed the danger. What a humble and brave animal-lover! Thank you, Don!