Dog Rescue! Dog treated in ambulance for hypothermia!





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Published on Dec 18, 2011

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This shows a dog treated in an ambulance after being pulled from an icy river!
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Spok Recordings
Honestly brings a tear to my eye to see humans treat an animal so tenderly! Shame we can't do that for each other
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Why the fuck would anyone dislike this video?
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Abhilash Khajuria
Reisha I think some people didn't liked why it was in the first place in that condition
Beichhilai Syuhlo
Reisha this is just what im tryin to say
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The Mutts
The dog was whimpering crying for help and he knew they were coming to save him. Poor thing still shaking in the ambulance, I can´t even imagine how cold it is. Them dudes are great people! Thanks guys!
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Abhilash Khajuria
The Mutts ur profile pic is nice
The Mutts waoooooo
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Леонид Александровский
You guys are heroes. God bless these men
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Tisha R.
Ted Striker saving animals is not part of an ambulance job it was their choice
mary jean
I'm a retired medic and we don't have to save animals. If we do, it's because we want to.......   money/job is not the reason.
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Julie and Jeff Schaffer
This made me cry poor Lil guy happy he was saved awe
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Tasha De Jesus
I agree ,I feel so so so so sad for Lil
olivia sanchez chavez
+jdstep97 I agree with you
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fuck the 285 people who disliked this.
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Счетчики с пультом
i dislike because im hungry and that dog could be eated
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Correct procedure to help someone/something suffering from hypothermia: Get the victim dry ASAP and wrap in blankets, give them warm and sugary fluids (energy for the body), put them in a stable position and check the vitals regularly. The fact that the dog was shivering was a good sign, since it showed that the body was trying to warm itself again. No shivering is pretty much a dead giveaway that the victim is on the fast path to dying. At that point the victim is in a state of stupor and without muscle control.
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Jennifer Vincent
R. Gold So glad you survived.
R. Gold
+Corristo89 I experienced hypothermia on a mountain climb and it was just as you described. Mentally, I was in a dreamlike state and was not able to function well. Fortunately, I had a helper to got me to a warm place. Only then did I start to shiver. I was lucky that day.
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Rik H
These gentlemen are true hero's, this is proof that there are still good people on this earth. God bless these men
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Tara Sage
AULTimate OUTDOORS update on dog please!!!! And heroes
Rik H
+AULTimate OUTDOORS Thank you for sharing this touching story
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Samantha Nguyen
If you guys like watching this stuff, check out Eldad Hagar. I watch his videos. 
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You guys are amazing!!! Not only do you put your lives at risk fighting fires, you put yourselves in danger by saving the lives of humans and our fur babies at our most scary life threatening moments. Thank you from the bottom of my heart 😘
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Diana Yansen
You said it for me Kookies40
+PatnikDurp007_HD Check your spelling and stop being such a troll!
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