Man Risked His Life To Save His Little Dog Confronting Big Black Bear

Everyone who has pet, just wants their four-legged friend to be happy, pleased, and healthy. Dangerous circumstances must be avoided if possible, yet they can’t always the way we want.  Dogs are frequently said to be a man’s best friend, and we would go to any extent to defend them. Here is a great example as this owner demonstrated when he saved his small pup from a scary black bear.

The little dog’s owner, 56-year-old paster Tim Stradling, stated that his intuition and “stupid courage” saved his four-footer.

His dog hears the name Peyton Manning, which is a reference to a well-known and imposing football star. Stradling had a slight feeling that something was happening when he heard his dog barking late one evening.

At first, he did not believe there was a significant problem. He woke up quickly and walked outside to take a look around the house. He walked outside to check what type of little animal or creature had made its way into the man’s property, but he wasn’t expecting to find a massive black bear.

The  bear emerged from nowhere and attaked the unfortunate dog, pulling him away with his fangs.

Because he didn’t have much time to analyze, the guy moved on instincts to preserve his cherished and beloved buddy. The pastor immediately began ranting at a high volume, attempting to intimidate the people. He hoped the bear would perceive him as as a danger and free Peyton Manning as a result of his surprise, but that didn’t happen.

The bear was clearly not impressed by the pastor’s loud screams, and he wasn’t moving an inch.

When the pastor went to confront him, the bear eventually let the poor doggy go — but that was not the end.
The bear swiftly swung around and approached both the little dog and his owner again wanting to do something bad.

“I believed I was in danger when it approached me and I turned to escape and fell after three steps.” Black bears are said to make false charges in order to scare you away. Thank you, God!” According to the Tribune-Review, pastor Tim Stradling.

Stradling was able to take his injured dog to the animal hospital when the bear walked away.
The poor doggy, of course, was in full panic and suffering as a result of several w.o.unds. Stradling tried to keep his furry companion quiet by singing him songs the entire time, even though Peyton was blee.d.ing terribly.

Sadly, some of the dog’s wounds were pretty serious. Due to a bone fracture, one of the dog’s legs had to be removed.

Stradling, on the other hand, was fortunate in that he did not sustain any serious injuries. Although he received minor brush burns on his hands, the bear was unable to bite or harm him. However, because the pastor was not afraid of physical confrontation, this might have easily turned out to be a lot worse for him. Owners will go to any length to save their dogs, even if it means risking their own safety.