Helpless dog drowning in a well gets extremely excited when help arrives (video)

Rebelander Basilan
Oct 03, 2018
06:08 A.M.
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This heartwarming footage shows a dog fighting for her life after falling into a deep well. When the poor pooch saw the rescuers, she gets really excited.

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In 2017, the Animal Aid Unlimited, India received a call about a dog drowning in a well. The rescue team immediately sprang into action to save the animal.

Follow us on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, to learn more and scroll down to watch the dog's reaction when she saw the rescuers in the video below.

The team believed that the dog was apparently swimming for hours in the well before the kind-hearted individual noticed her.

Source: YouTube/Animal Aid Unlimited, India

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When the rescuers arrived at the scene, the pup was already losing her strength and could hardly hold on to the side of the well wall.

The dog's paws were bloody, and she wouldn't have lasted much longer.

Source: YouTube/Animal Aid Unlimited, India

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Luckily, the rescuers came just in time to save her. They took her back to their sanctuary.

Animal Aid Unlimited, India has been rescuing dogs for many years. In another instance, they saved an injured dog who was hidden inside an old storeroom.

Source: YouTube/Animal Aid Unlimited, India

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When the rescue team got a call about a stray dog in 2016, they quickly went to the scene to investigate.

They discovered the poor animal lying in the rubble. It seemed as though the dog, who was unable to walk, had lost all hope.

Source: YouTube/Animal Aid Unlimited, India

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The team covered him with a blanket. They then carried him to the shelter.

When they checked the dog's condition, they found out that he was suffering from a spinal injury. Luckily, there were no broken bones.

The rescuers named him Alby, and they gave him the best they can.

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Although Alby couldn't walk properly, he was getting better.

After one month of medical treatment, physical therapy and rest, the dog began blooming with health.

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