Gus is a charitable Labrador-Pyrenees blend who cherishes individuals and different creatures. Gus lives with his folks, Dean and Jennifer Ahlberg, and his Great Pyrenees sibling Jed. The little guys love playing in their terrace more than anything in the world.Jennifer and Dean have a screened yard, and they normally leave the entryway to the lawn open so Jed and Gus can go in and out however they see fit.
Sadly, however, some of the time different creatures get into the yard and stall out there. This happens most oftentimes with birds.One day, Gus found a fledgling caught on the patio. The delicate pooch appeared to understand that the winged creature required assistance getting outside, thus the little guy painstakingly scooped the fowl into his mouth and conveyed it into the lawn.
At that point, the appreciative feathered creature took off. “The first run through a flying creature was caught on the yard, I didn’t see the fledgling until I had just allowed Gus to out and he snatched the fowl before I could stop him and went outside with it,” Jennifer disclosed to The Dodo. “I tailed him out reasoning I could get him to drop the winged animal and conceivably spare it.
When he tenderly set the feathered creature on the ground and it took off safe, I was stunned.”Jennifer was flabbergasted when she saw Gus do this, and whenever it occurred, she chose to take video of the canine and fledgling’s experience.
“Throughout the years, we’ve had a few winged creatures get caught on the yard,” Jennifer composed on YouTube. “Gus is extremely gifted at the delicate catch and discharge!” The video showed Gus cautiously grabbing a fowl that was flying around the yard.
At that point, Gus brought it out into the lawn and looked as it took off.The video of Gus and the bird quickly went viral, receiving over 100,000 views. Everyone was touched by Gus’ kindness! Jennifer said she now always leaves the bird catching to Gus—she explained that he’s able to do it much faster than her. “Since this has happened several times over the years, always with the same result, I now just let him out to rescue a bird rather than trying to catch it myself,” Jennifer said. “Gus is much quicker and more gentle than I am.”