Published: Tue, July 18, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Heroic Dog Jumps in Water to Save Drowning Fawn

Heroic Dog Jumps in Water to Save Drowning Fawn

Storm and his owner Mark Freeley were on a walk Sunday when the dog jumped into rushing water and swam over to the deer.

'Storm just plunged into the water and started swimming out to the fawn, grabbed it by the neck, and started swimming to shore, ' Freeley said to CBS News.

Freeley and Frank Floridia, of animal rescue group "Strong Island Rescue", took the charge this time and both waded into the water after the fawn.

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When other passersby realized what was happening, the poor little fawn ran back into the water.

"The second rescue was a lot of anxiety", Floridia said. She said it was covered in ticks and had an eye injury.

The fawn was taken to Save the Animals Rescue Foundation, a wildlife rehabilitator in Middle Island, and is recovering nicely, Kutzing said. He knew what Storm went through and felt his pain. "At that point, that's exactly what I would have done".

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"Storm is trying to save this baby deer", Freeley can be heard saying.

The video of the rescue was posted online over the weekend and generated more than 35,00 shares and 8,000 likes.

Freeley captured video of the pup swimming back to shore, clutching something large in its mouth, and once Storm got close enough to stand, Freeley could see the "something" was a fawn. "He's a very affectionate, very loving dog".

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