In Glasgow, Australia, a Scottish dog assisted its owner in rescuing two people and pulling their car out of floodwaters.
When owner Lori Gillies attempted to drive the car along Harland Street, their Springer Spaniel, Puck, went for a push, just as two ladies were caught in the water.
When she begins to push, the smart puppy quickly assists her by connecting with her two front legs on the rear of the automobile.
Because of the woman’s and her brave companion’s enormous work, the engine starts to move.
“Oh, the dog is pushing!” said a shocked spectator as he filmed the performance from the comfort of his own home, watching Puck assisting owner Lori. Shiny! That concludes the discussion.
A determined dog helped his owner push a car out of heavy flooding in Glasgow – saving two women in the process.
The Springer Spaniel, called Puck, bravely faced the deluge on Sunday (August 8) with his owner Lori Gillies in Harland Street after two women became trapped in the floods.
In the clip, Lori wades up to the vehicle, thought to be a Volkswagen Estate, to try and move it while Puck swims next to her in deep water.
As she begins to push, the clever pup soon helps by putting his two front paws on the back of the car and joining in.
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