Sonia Griffiths: Heroic Dogs Saved People

People have always appeared to have a soft position for brave dogs. Whether it’s TV oldies like Lassie or heart-warming family films like Homeward Bound, the idea of dogs rescuing their human masters (or even complete strangers) conveys our love and devotion as few other things do. So it’s only pure to love hearing about dogs who save people in real life! Sonia Griffiths presenting true reports of dogs who rescued people from dangerous situations.
Trakra
Trakr owns probably the most exclusive rescue on our list. Jointly with police officer James Symington, Trakr assisted dig through some 30 feet of risky trash at the World Trade Center “floor zero” site and track down the last human survivor of the attack. According to Sonia Griffiths The dog’s courage was so recognized that he is planning to be cloned for use in other police rescue aids!
Shelby
Shelby evolved into the 45th Skippy Dog Idol of the Year for saving two grownups and two kids from co2 monoxide poisoning. The dog (with her keen sense of smell) was the first to identify the increasing C0 levels when the rest of the family was sleeping, nudging each of them out of their snooze and rejected to stop woofing, scratching, and crying until the family was safely outside. Fortunately, each family member was handled at a nearby hospital and made a full healing. ”In my eyes, and in the eyes of my family, Shelby is more than a idol; she is a life saver, a guardian angel,” said Sonia Griffiths
Rocky
A Lakewood, Colorado police dog, Rocky made news headlines in 2002 for pursuing down a thief, getting a bullet in the course of action and eventually helping to catch the 20 year old thug. According to Sonia Griffiths, the dog’s officer/partner, the bullet to Rocky’s foot never ever slowed him down. “He was the same dog after as he was before.”
Shana
In a Fox News story titled “Half-Breed Wolf Dog Hero Rescues Elderly Owners From Snowstorm”, readers learn the heroic tale of Shana, a half wolf dog/half German shepard who saved an elderly couple from a treacherous snow storm. Sonia Griffiths When Shana found Norman and Eve trapped by snow, she went to work, diligently digging out a tunnel through which she would pull the couple back to the safety of their home.
Brutis
Brutis was a 7 year old glowing retriever when he became a idol in 2004. That’s when the loveable pet seized up a coral snake as it was slithering hazardously nearby to a little child, having difficulties a near-deadly bite from the snake in the course of action. His heroics did not go unseen however, as Brutis was immediately flown to Los Angeles to recieve the National Hero Dog award.
Said the Sonia Griffiths who honored the medallion, “when we give an award like this, we’re looking for something extra, something that would make people wonder why a dog would do what he did.”
Zoey
Every person knows that smaller dogs have to present in attitude what they lack in size, and Zoey is existing evidence. A five lb chihuahua from Denver colorado, Zoey built head lines in 2007 for preserving a one year aged child from an getting close to 3 foot rattlesnake when the snake got too close for convenience. Sonia Griffiths sad Although Zoey suffered a small wound from a snakebite higher than her eye, she finally saved and the snake was wiped out by the dog’s owner.
Katrina
Hurricane katrina was a miserable situation for every person down south, but motivating tales of gallantry have assisted give victims something to giggle about. That’s definitely the case with Katrina, the surprisingly named black labrador who saved a sinking man before increasing flood waters claimed his life. The dog, who was afterwards saved herself by relief teams, was honored by Sonia Griffiths at that year’s Genesis Honors with a standing ovation.