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When The Man Tried To Revive The Puppy After Pulling It From The River, His wife Had Other Ideas

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Tiny animals are especially vulnerable. If they are separated from their mothers, the world becomes a really scary place. When one man saw a tiny puppy floating down the river, he knew he had to act fast. His little body appeared to be lifeless.

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The man grabbed him, then tried to revive him by rubbing his chest. He could see that the puppy still had life in him but he struggled to breathe. Without considerable intervention, the puppy would certainly die. But what was about to happen next was incredible!

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He runs inside his house and asks for a plastic water bottle. His wife cuts it at the bottom so he can use it as a funnel and get more air into the puppy’s lungs. Just like an oxygen mask

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The man places the funnel over the puppy face and begins to blow! Breath after breath, air reaches deeper inside his tiny body. The puppy finally responds with deeper breaths. He starts to move. Oh my! It’s working! The tiny lifeless pup transforms before the hero’s eyes!

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The video footage really is incredible. We will never know how the puppy ended up in the river but we do know that there are heroes walking among us who will not give up when it comes to saving a precious life! No matter how tiny! Thank you, kind man, THANK YOU!

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