“The Homeless Dog Carried A Bundle In His Teeth”: That Day He Saved A Little Human Life

Stray dogs can be found absolutely everywhere in Bangkok. There are so many of them that the locals even chose the name “yard terrier” for them. But no one even imagined that an ordinary dog could be so smart.

In Thailand, a stray dog name Pugh was roaming the streets, hoping to search for somebody to feed him. When the canine walked by the rubbish can, he heard a noise and approached to see what was happening. It seemed like a cat, however as he bought nearer, he noticed a bundle and determined to tug it with him. Push climbed ᴜᴘ there and saw the newborn baby.

Yes, it’s a newborn baby lying in the (ᴅᴜᴍᴘ). They wrapped a towel and left the poor child there.

He picked up the heavy bundle with his teeth and headed towards the crowded streets.

When he met the first person, he put the bundle in front of his feet and began to poke his nose and bark.
The man did not pay attention, thinking that it was some kind of garbage. But when he heard a squeak, he opened it and saw a baby in it! There, as if asking “please help him,” the dog showed the humans the baby and left him in their care.

They instantly referred to it as an ambulance and took the child to the intensive care unit. The child is now in the hospital, and the physician is doing all he can to assist him to recuperate as quickly as potential. Pugh, his guardian angel, was additionally issued a lifeguard collar.

Update 2022:
In November 2021, social media around the globe were awash in photographs of a dog seemingly carrying a newborn child in its mouth, with accompanying text proclaiming that the canine had found the child (Aʙᴀɴᴅᴏɴᴇᴅ) on the street and had carried it to safety: Verifying the veracity of these images has proved difficult, as the accompanying text typically makes no mention of details such as time and place. (Some iterations of the message do mention location but attribute the story to multiple, widely varying parts of the world.) Similar reports regarding dog rescues of (Aʙᴀɴᴅᴏɴᴇᴅ) children have certainly appeared in the news media over the years (sometimes in tandem with photographs that have no actual connection to the story being reported), but none of them appears related to this iteration!