Getting lost in the middle of nowhere may be dangerous and scary. As a result, there are always organizations and rescue teams deployed in mountains, hills, woods, and beaches to assist those in need. This organization, is a little different. Its volunteers are mainly dogs that have been trained to help humans who get themselves into danger while out in the woods.
“Mountain Rescue Search Dogs England” gives its dogs 132 days of training every year and trains them continuously for 2-3 years until they are ready to operate.
Dogs are trained to rescue humans in a variety of terrains, such as mountains or woods, and in a variety of weather conditions, such as rain or snow.
A video of one of their trainees, 4-year-old Flo, training to rescue a human trapped in snow was recently shared by the group.
A volunteer with a camera is seen staying under the snow and waiting for his savior to discover him in the video. And it didn’t take long for the rays of hope to break through the ice.
Flo approached the man and pulled him out of the snow, doing her best to break the snow wall with her body. She was knowledgeable and skilled. We can be certain that she will be able to help victims in real-life circumstances.