A Labrador Retriever leaps into the water to save his canoe-trapped mates

Not every hero wears a mask. Some have wagging tails and are coated in fur. The tale is about a Labrador Retriever who comes to the rescue of a friend who has wandered away. The bond between two dogs is extremely valuable. You can watch the video below if you don’t want to miss out.

Robbie the Black Lab has two canine mates, Rusty and Bullet, that he adores. So he knew what he had to do when he saw them drifting down the river in a canoe. He dove into the water and paddled to the aid of the drowning victim.

Rusty also knew to give the rope to his pal Robbie so he could drag the canoe to the beach.

Robbie pushed himself out of the canoe. Rusty realized his friend was on his way to save the day when he approached. As a result, Rusty lowered the canoe’s rope into the water. Bullet, on the other hand, managed to bark the whole time.

Robbie then pulled the canoe to the shore with the rope in his mouth. All three dogs were soon back on land, and they seemed to be very pleased with Robbie’s rescue mission. Despite Robbie’s bravery, the incident was not purely focused on fast thinking. In reality, the pups had pulled this “rescue mission” a number of times before.

As it turns out, the dogs enjoy playing this canoe rescue game. Robbie, like most Labrador Retrievers, enjoys demonstrating his retrieving skills to his mates. Robbie was quick to recover the canoe when it blew into the water one day. Soon after, the other two puppies wanted in on the action, so they would jump into the canoe as it sailed away, hoping Robbie would come to “rescue” them. All three dogs are strong swimmers and could easily leap out of the canoe if they so desired.

Robbie’s mother said, “Robbie actually taught us how to retrieve the canoe.” ” There was no risk to the puppies. They were all born and raised on the river, starting when they were only a few months old. Robbie, the Black Lab, had the strongest legs of any dog I’d ever seen… Our dogs are capable of swimming the entire 11-mile float trip.”

Rusty can also retrieve the canoe, according to Robbie’s mother. He knew exactly when to throw the rope to Robbie because of this. Bullet, on the other hand, just wants his voice to be heard. As a result, he barks the whole time while the other two work.

There’s no point in trying to stop them because they seem to be having a lot of fun with this strange game. It doesn’t matter what happens to the dogs as long as they are happy and healthy.

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