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November 7, 2021 / Posted by:

The Hero Doggies of Braithwaite How!

In August, three lifeguard pooches were crowned adorable heroes when they helped rescue a group of beachgoers in need off the coast of Sperlonga in Italy. And now, here come two unnamed dogs (FYI: Unnamed Dogs is available as a possible band name) who are also getting crowned as adorable heroes thanks to how they worked together to help out their human after he collapsed during a hike. The next time a friend forgets that I’m a lazy sack of lazy and asks me to go for a hike, I’m going to let out a “FUCK NO!” since I don’t have two dogs to save me when I inevitably collapse with exhaustion. And yes, I’d collapse with exhaustion in the parking lot of the trail.

Upworthy says that a 71-year-old man was taking his two dogs, a Golden Retriever and a Labrador, for a walk through Braithwaite How,  a “mountain summit in the Cockermouth to Newlands region in the northern part” of England. This post should end here since I really need to run off and do research on how I can become a resident of England so that I can move to  Cockermouth for the simple fact that I can tell people that I live in Cockermouth. But let’s go on to bow down to Lassie’s second cousins.

The man suffered a seizure and passed out. Luckily, his dogs knew exactly what to do. His Labrador ran off to get help from a woman who was walking nearby while his Golden Retriever stood guard by him. The Labrador guided the woman to the man and she called for help. The man eventually regained consciousness and went to the hospital to be checked. The Keswick Mountain Rescue Team wrote this about the rescue on their Instagram page:

Yesterday a 71 year old man was out on his own walking his dogs on Braithwaite How. A few minutes after passing another walker he had an apparent seizure, collapsed and became unconscious. Incredibly one of his dogs, a black labrador, ran after the passing walker barking to get her attention and tried to get her to return, which she duly did. She found the other dog, a golden retriever, lying by the unconscious man. She phoned 999 for assistance and Keswick MRT sent out a vehicle with other team members going direct. By the time the team had arrived the man had regained consciousness and after an assessment by a team medic he was able to walk down the hill to an awaiting ambulance. He was then taken to hospital for further checks.

Many thanks to the passing walker and the amazing dogs.

The main takeaway from this story is that DOGS. ARE. THE. BEST. The second takeaway is that walking (with or without children) in nature is an extremely dangerous and life-risking activity! And so the only hike I’ll continue to do is the 10-foot-long one from my couch to my fridge (and yes, I always take a much-needed rest at my kitchen counter stool before continuing on to the fridge).

Pic: Instagram

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