What do you do if your pet hurts one of your children?! This is a real story with a mistreated dog was newly adopted into a nice family. The family saw the dog threw their 18-month-old baby by the diapers through the air.
18-month-old Charlotte, the little daughter of the family, was playing with their newly adopted Doberman, Khan, and they were being watched by Charlotte's mum, Catherine Svilicic. The mother said that when they were playing, but suddenly Khan became aggressive, he used his mouth to pick up Charlotte by her diaper and threw her across the yard.
When Catherine rushed to pick her daughter up, she saw a large snake lay on the ground. So she realized the real reason for the dog's shocked behavior. He had saved the 18-month-old baby from being bitten by one of Australia’s most poisonous of serpents, king brown snake.
Catherine also added that Khan kept trying to push Charlotte but it wasn't working, so he grabbed her by the diaper and threw her more than one meter, then he screamed.
''I was in shock, but I quickly realized that it was a big snake, and he was trying to get Charlotte away of the snake''. Said Catherine.
Khan had taken a strike when he was saving Charlotte. The snake bit Khan on the paw, then he ran inside and fell down.
He was taken to the veterinarian. Fortunately, the anti-poison that he was given finally worked. He is now becoming better every day.
Catherine said that if he wants a gold bowl, he will get it, he will be with us for the rest of his life.
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is perhaps no one else in the neighborhood who gets more excited than this dog
when he senses the ice cream truck entering the street as you can see in this
It seems like this dog has been a loyal and a regular patron for this ice cream manufacturer. There is no way the dog is going to miss enjoying the tremendous ice cream treat. It also looks like there is nothing that can come between the dog and the ice cream vendor who dutifully hands over to him a waffle ice cream cone. What a fascinating sight!
This doggie is well trained, too. He waited for the ice cream truck to stop in order to go ask for his cone. He did not go around jumping in the middle of the street in his excitement. Dogs behave just like your kids when they want a treat.
While too much of sugar and particularly chocolates are not good for dogs, there is no way you are going to deny a dog his ice cream treat if he loves it so much. Yet, it is advisable to exercise caution as too much of sugar in food could lead to obesity, dental problems and even diabetes in dogs.