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World Hero Dog Saves Alabama Man From Venomous Snake

09:59  31 july  2021
09:59  31 july  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

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Its venom can be lethal to a dog , however, depending on the animals’ sizes, veterinarian Dr. Henri Bianucci wrote in The Post and Courier. Copperheads are usually non-aggressive. So if they attack, it’s likely in response to a dog attacking first or accidentally stepping on the snake , Bianucci said. In February, a dog named Ash helped keep his owner warm and alive for seven days when his owner became injured and stranded in the snowy Italian Alps. Newsweek contacted the Cane Corso Association of America for comment. The post Hero Dog Saves Alabama Man From Venomous

A dog named Ruger heroically saved his owner, an Alabama man named Zackary Pate, from being attacked by a Copperhead snake . Pate, a Tuscaloosa resident, was taking an afternoon walk around the lake with Ruger, his 18-month-old Cane Corso dog , WBMA-LD reported. When Pate looked down, he saw something in Ruger’s mouth. At first, he assumed it was a stick, since Ruger often plays with sticks. However, he soon realized the “stick” was actually a Copperhead, a venomous brown snake .

A dog named Ruger heroically saved his owner, an Alabama man named Zackary Pate, from being attacked by a Copperhead snake.

a close up of a dog lying on the ground: A Cane Corso dog named Ruger heroically saved an Alabama man named Zackary Pate from being attacked by a Copperhead snake. In this photo, a Cane Corso dog sits along a trail through a grassy field. © Eudyptula/Getty A Cane Corso dog named Ruger heroically saved an Alabama man named Zackary Pate from being attacked by a Copperhead snake. In this photo, a Cane Corso dog sits along a trail through a grassy field.

Pate, a Tuscaloosa resident, was taking an afternoon walk around the lake with Ruger, his 18-month-old Cane Corso dog, WBMA-LD reported. Then, Pate felt Ruger biting at his leg.

"He has never bitten me beside playing," Pate wrote in a Facebook post which has since been shared over 45,000 times. "He became pretty aggressive nipping at me then wrapped my leg and his dew claws really dig in I turned to scold him and he ran around me like trying to avoid me."

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“Actually virtually crammed my eyes with tears realizing he risked his life to save lots of me,” the person wrote in a Fb submit that has been shared over 45,000 occasions.

dog saves friend. courtesy madeline mills. The sister of the year award goes to a Staffordshire bull terrier named Milly. The five-year-old dog from Queensland, Australia, is recovering at an animal hospital from several snake bites after seemingly protecting her brother, a 5-month-old pup named Tonka, from the venomous reptile. According to 9 News, the dogs ' owner, Madeline, a paramedic in Ipswich, Millie was bitten Monday afternoon in Madeline's backyard by an eastern brown snake . Luckily, Madeline was home when the incident occurred. The owner found Millie outside showing signs of the

When Pate looked down, he saw something in Ruger's mouth. At first, he assumed it was a stick, since Ruger often plays with sticks. However, he soon realized the "stick" was actually a Copperhead, a venomous brown snake.

Ruger smashed the snake against a log and let it go. Pate wasn't sure if the snake was alive or not after that. So, he picked up a stick and clobbered the serpent to death.

Immediately after, Pate felt an overwhelming sense of gratitude for his dog's actions. His dog had saved his life, or at least saved him from a trip to the hospital.

"I sat on the ground and just held him and tried to figure out why my dog loved me so much to jump in front of me to protect me," Pate told the aforementioned news station. "Literally almost filled my eyes with tears knowing he risked his life to save me."

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So true, man 's best friend. Get your dogs the rattlesnake vaccine if you live where there are rattlesnakes. It could save your dogs life and could save you a fortune. The dog probably just messed with the snake and was bit so the owners exaggerated the rest of the story. Alabama Begins Removing Racist Language From Its Constitution.

If the snake had bitten him, Pate would've had to run about 250 yards to his truck. Running, Pate said, could've made the snake's venom travel even more quickly through his body.

"This guy is by far my guardian. Best dog ever award goes to this guy." Pate wrote in his Facebook post. "Thankful for my best friend."

"It really does give meaning as to why 'dog' is 'God' spelled backward," Pate told WVTM.

A Copperhead's venom is mild compared to other deadlier snakes. It generally won't kill humans. Their bites often cause severe swelling, pain and can damage local tissue. But if a human visits the hospital after being bit, they'll likely survive.

Its venom can be lethal to a dog, however, depending on the animals' sizes, veterinarian Dr. Henri Bianucci wrote in The Post and Courier.

Copperheads are usually non-aggressive. So if they attack, it's likely in response to a dog attacking first or accidentally stepping on the snake, Bianucci said.

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U.S. Dogs Hero . The old saying goes that dog is man 's best friend, and one Great Dane pup proved that tenfold when she went head-to-head with a venomous snake to protect her owner. The incident occurred in Vandegrift Boulevard, Oceanside, California on Megan Montano's backyard patio, reported ABC10 News. Montano had stopped at home during her lunch break. Montano knelt down to leash her chihuahua, named Rebel, when she saw her three-year-old Great Dane Mia acting strangely in the yard. Suddenly, she felt Mia rush past her in a clear hurry. "I think she thought it was an intruder and

Two young Florida boys are here today because of the heroic actions of their dog —actions that cost the courageous nine-month-old pit bull puppy his life. The Richardson family is both thankful and heartbroken after their beloved Zeus sacrificed himself to protect two of their four children from a venomous snake . Gary, the boys' father, told CNN that he hopes Zeus' selfless act will help change public perception of pit bulls. WATCH: Hero Puppy Grows up to Save the Lives of the Texas Family That Saved Him.

"The location of the bite, the number of bites, and how effectively the venom is delivered, are the variables that determine how serious a bite will be," he added. But if a person gets their dog to a vet quickly, it's likely the animal can survive.

Ruger is just one of several heroic dogs to make headlines for saving their owners. In June, a dog named Marley saved its owner from a potentially deadly rattlesnake bite.

In April, a pit bull named Star protected its female owner from being stabbed by attackers. That same month, a South African dog named Jessie saved his sibling dog from drowning in a pool.

In February, a dog named Ash helped keep his owner warm and alive for seven days when his owner became injured and stranded in the snowy Italian Alps.

Newsweek contacted the Cane Corso Association of America for comment.

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