Dogs possess exceptional bonds with humans, surpassing all other animals. In addition to their remarkable loyalty, dogs fulfill a diverse range of roles for humans, being intelligent, playful, and endearing creatures that enhance our lives in countless ways.
They have been shown to alleviate stress, anxiety, and depression, ease loneliness, encourage physical activity, and provide invaluable assistance to people with disabilities. As the renowned American actor, Will Rogers once said, “If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die, I want to go where they went.”
A recent video uploaded by ‘Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England’, a charity that trains rescue dogs to help those in need in the wild, reaffirms this truth. Among other skills, rescue dogs are trained to search for people lost or buried in snow.
During a training exercise, a volunteer buried himself in snow to simulate a rescue, and the dog named Flo, a 4-year-old rescue dog, demolished the snow wall with her body to reach him. Flo has won people’s hearts with her specialized skills and affectionate demeanor.
Watch the entire moment here: