Woman Sees Her Dog In Deep Trouble In Icy Water. What She Did Next Is SO Inspiring.

It’s an event that can quickly turn your world upside down. One moment you can be looking leisurely out at the events going on outside and then the next moment, you can be in a race against time to save someone or an animal. This was one of the things that the description “pulse-pounding” was created for. For one woman, it meant putting herself at risk to bring her beloved dog home.

Apparently, a woman is eating at a café in West London and notices that her dog has gotten away and gone into a pond. That would not be so bad but it’s cold outside and the water is half-frozen. If the pooch stays in the water for too long, she’s going to risk hypothermia. This is quite the emergency. What is she going to do? It would take far too long to call for rescue services. She’s going to have to take matters into her own hands.

Quickly thinking, she strips off her shoes and socks and tosses an inner tube into the water to keep her afloat as well. She climbs into the tube and starts going toward her baby dog. The crowd watching obscures what’s going on entirely, but at the end of the video we do see the pooch in her arms and she’s turned back towards land. As they would say in Jolly Olde England: “Pip Pip… job well done!”

The majority of the comments were about how the men just stood around and watched as this heroic woman jumped into the water – properly prepared too – to rescue her little doggie. Heck, they could have at least offered to help or tried to steer one of those little paddle boats into the area. No… they let her do it all by herself. Her preparation with the inner tube also saved this… and I am not typing this while my wife watches over my shoulder.

What do you think? Should the men have pitched in to help or was it more just her problem and they would only step in if she was in serious danger? We’d love to hear your thoughts. Please leave them in the comments section and also “Like” us on Facebook.

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