Dogs are a man’s best friend and they will be man’s hero if they have to!
A girl from Kuching, Sarawak shared how she lost her dog, Chiko, after he saved her whole family from a poisonous snake.
“Yesterday was a historical day to my whole family and I as we lost our most precious one and only beloved dog,” she wrote.
On 17 May, she shared on Facebook that a poisonous snake had entered the dining room in her house. Her dog, a local breed, fought the snake until the snake died.
Immediately after, the dog moved over to the car porch, lay down and took his last breath as he probably had been bitten by the poisonous snake.
She shared that her family had tried to pull Chiko away from the snake but he never backed off and continued fighting.
“It was so heartbreaking for us to witness the scene and to pull him out of the area seemed almost impossible as he will never backed off,” she said.
“Truly our best dog ever. You will be forever in our heart Chiko. Till we meet again in a better place. 💖”
“Goodbye and rest in peace Chiko 🌹”
Dogs will always put their owners’ lives before theirs and will always be willing to do whatever it takes to protect his family. RIP Chiko.
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