The puppy was scared inside a hole in the snow but fortunately was saved.
Those who helped the puppy needed him to understand that they were doing everything for their own good.
Puppies are smart enough to learn complex tricks, work alongside humans, and even improvise on the spot and complete challenging tasks.
So it was with the rescued puppy in the city of Novosibirsk, in the south of Siberia, Russia.
A short video reveals important facts about how the rescue team struggles to help a puppy in distress. The big difficulty is that the puppy fell into a hole surrounded by snow, so it’s not so easy to just go down, pick him up and get on your hands.
So the experts had to improvise. And that included believing that the puppy would do his part to help.
This was key, because the only way to help the puppy was to throw a rope at him. The one-man operation would be very simple: the man would take the rope in his hand, take it away from them, and together they would push it to the surface.
Since they were dealing with an animal that understands commands but cannot reason, the command was not as clear.
Therefore, it took several attempts before the puppy understood what was expected of him. But when he did, the rescue was carried out with impressive brevity and success. The bottom line is that the puppy will use the strongest muscle in his body – the jaw.